FORUM Forums Products CLSE-Yoke Typical back pressure on a PA-28 or 172? Reply To: Typical back pressure on a PA-28 or 172?


Hi Stephen

For privat customer we sell only CLS-E YOKE, and CLS-E NG YOKE.
The forces on CLS-E YOKE will be enogh for most situation

We do not have excact values for Piper Warrior II PA-28-161
For a 172 we have Profiles in the cloud

The travel of the yoke in elevator for 172 is bigger than 6.3″ (i do not have exact values here)
so only the CLS-P Yoke will meet the requirements, but i think home users do not want so huge devices on their
table. It is mainly for simulator builders.


Stefan Brunner


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