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Hello Mr. Dowson,

I must say I am huge fan of your work and would like to thank you for your countless time and dedication; however I am experiencing a problem with a PMDG MD-11 that some have said might be due to FSUIPC?

I was flying along today and got a 124 knot tailwind and the plane keeps banking left of course, right back on course and so forth and so on.

If this problem associated with FSUIPC or PMDG??

Any help would be greatly appreciated :)

Cheers,

KK - USA

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I was flying along today and got a 124 knot tailwind and the plane keeps banking left of course, right back on course and so forth and so on.

If this problem associated with FSUIPC or PMDG??

Neither FSUIPC nor PMDG create weather in FS. You need to look at where your weather is coming from if the 124 knot tailwind isn't correct. if it is correct and you are complaining about the flight model (it isn't clear from what you say), then you'll need to talk to PMDG. FSUIPC isn't controlling anything there either. For any steady wind the PMDG model should fly fine -- there's something wrong with it if it doesn't.

Pete

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