FORUM Forums Products CLSE-Yoke Right (or left) full ailerons having wind components Reply To: Right (or left) full ailerons having wind components

Diego Bürgin

Hello everyone

The yoke movement indeed originates from wind. Specifically from the turbulence feature.
If wind strength rises, it will over saturate and the yoke will try to move to the end of the roll axis.

It is possible to minimize that behavior by lowering the min/max forces, sensitivity or the ramp setting of the turbulence feature,
but you can’t make it disappear completely without completely removing wind forces from the yoke.
Strong winds/turbulence will always over saturate the yoke, you can only hold it strongly to avoid it turning to either axis end.



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