#2055
moriarty
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The ailerons are extremely slow to respond; the yoke takes a huge amount of pressure to pull back, or push forward.

I am seeing similar behavior.

I just received and setup my CLS-E MKII yoke and rudders. I have the yoke connected via USB and the pedals connected to the yoke via CAT-5. CLS2Sim setup went fine, settings set to FSX.

As soon as I connected to FS2020, the yolk went full forward. While idling, I cannot pull it back without applying more force than makes me feel like I’m going to break the controller.

Once I start taxiing, it loosens up a bit, but seem erratic and causes the C172 I’ve been testing to roll and nose over.

Actuating the brakes seem quite latent.

I have not installed vJoy as per the instructions on the title post.

I am using the default profile.

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