Just did a quick test using the C172 profile made by Stefan but I still get the same behavior described above, how moving the physical yoke (CLS-E in my case if that matters) to about 80 degrees shows as 45 degrees in MSFS.

Also, it’s still extremely sensitive along both axes. During takeoff for example, you need to be VERY careful pulling back on the yoke to be able to perform a smooth takeoff. Where only a couple of mm movement on the physical yoke makes a huge difference in pitch in the simulator. This in combination with how little force is required to move the physical yoke makes it quite challenging to fly the aircraft with stability even when properly trimmed.


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