I just had a short flight to look at this – it wasn’t something that I’d noticed before as I tend to use the autopilot a lot but when I flew without the AP just now I did notice the same thing – a slow roll to the right.

So I disconnected the yoke/rudder – same roll to the right. Then I thought to check the turn co-ordinator and it was indeed out of balance. Applying the correct amount of rudder either manually or with rudder trim solved it.

Might this be what you’re experiencing – maybe have a look at the turn/slip indicator? Different levels of thrust require different amounts of rudder trim to keep in balance I think. Maybe MSFS models it differently to XP?


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