Just did a very quick test with the Cessna 172 and was able to fly a quick circuit.

One thing I noticed though was how turning the yoke left/right and comparing the position of the physical yoke with the yoke in the v/c in the Cessna, when I moved the physical yoke about 80 degrees, that would only be like 45 degrees in the Cessna in MSFS. Then when I moved the last 10 degrees of the physical yoke, the yoke in the Cessna moved very quickly all the way from like 45 degrees to 90 degrees.

Couple of other things. It felt like the sensitivity was very high. Also, the forces required to move the yoke along both the pitch and roll axes felt very soft. I’m sure all of this can of course be fine-tuned to match various aircraft etc.

Would be awesome if you could come up with some recommendations and/or a guide how to setup your Brunner yoke to work in the best possible way with MSFS once you had a chance to try it out yourself. That would be highly appreciated!


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