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Not always because it seems to be strictly related with the wind component. I’ve just finished another test modifying the meteorological condition with a severe storm but with no wind at all. The result was that after landing the yoke was perfectly centered and the issues did not happen.

Same storm but with 7 kt of wind and after the flight the yoke was turned on the right (but still movable by hands applying a bit of force).

My idea is that when you compensate turbulence or crosswind forces during the flight trying to keep the yoke centered, CLS2SIM software (or something) un-calibrate or stores the center position wrongly. That was just a non-technical feeling about the issue.

I can’t wait to hear what the team think about it.


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