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Occurs both in injected (Active Sky P3D) and clear weather conditions, with EZCA on and off, in default and PMDG, Leonardo aircraft. After departure, the aircraft begins buffeting lightly and rocking left and right, external view it almost looks like a persistent and subtle dutch roll. The PMDG NGXu turn forecaster located on the EFIS map display flops both left and right full deflection. Posted in P3D forums, PMDG forums, and somewhat at a loss. 

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12 hours ago, davidzill said:

After departure, the aircraft begins buffeting lightly and rocking left and right, external view it almost looks like a persistent and subtle dutch roll. The PMDG NGXu turn forecaster located on the EFIS map display flops both left and right full deflection. Posted in P3D forums, PMDG forums, and somewhat at a loss. 

Why do you think it's to do with winds? Sounds much more like conflicting controls to me, or faulty controls. Check assignments -- only in P3D, or in FSUIPC, do not mix them.

You could try FSUIPC logging of axes to see ewhat inputs to FSUIPC are being made. Then you'd need to track them down. Faulty yoke of conflicting assignments.

Pete

 

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