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mauricecohen
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To elaborate a bit on the third point in my post above, I fully realize that for all 3 aircraft in question the prop/engine torque comes into play. I just think that for the C172 it is somewhat too high (I fly the C172) and I am looking for a way to reduce the left roll tendency. I have no experience in the B58 or C90B (or any multi-engine plane), so I do not know if the ~ (-175 to -200) force is realistic and, in the end, it does not matter as much as in the C172 since I can use aileron trim in these 2 planes to tweak their behavior.

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