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I’m afraid, you’ are a bit off.

Force on the one axis is : 0.5*Air density mass*V²*d, d being the axis deflection (True AS), so same speed but different altitude = different air density.

However flying at the same Indicated Air Speed 5K or FL 280 will result in the same force on the yoke.

But IAS will be implemented in the next software update, so with the profile, you will notice less stiffness

Force VS Airpseed Profile ( Flaw)


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