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    I use my CLS-E with both X-Plane 11 and Prepar3d V3. I noticed that the forces feel a lot more realistic in X-Plane 11 than it does in P3D. At first I just thought that it was a compatibility issue, but I noticed it only feels off in P3D when I use my A2A aircraft. It feels a little like my plane is on rails, I only feel pitch forces, but hardly any roll forces.

    Has anyone else experienced this?



    Which plane you are testing/comparing in X- PLANE 11
    and P3D. As long your are using the same plane there should not be much difference. That means a C172 has the same force at 80kn in X-PLANE P3D or FSX if you are using the same Profile in CLS2Sim.
    Have you already downloaded a a Profil from the new Profile Cloud with CLS2Sim V4.2?


    Stefan Brunner


    Hey Stefan,

    I tried A2A’s Cherokee 180 and Comanche 250 in P3D. I haven’t checked my A2A C172. I have been using a profile that I created for my vFlyteAir Cherokee 140 (which works amazingly by the way). When using the same profile in P3D I notice that it behaves differently. I am not sure if it is a problem of the weather just being different, but I did try it in a storm and it was not behaving correctly in P3D with the A2A aircraft.

    I haven’t tried any of the profiles yet. Will try that today.

    – Francois

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