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Usually that is a result of the stick being twisted a little where it attaches to the lever assembly (under the boot). when it's assembled, it needs to be centered. The two bolts are loosened until the stick can twist and then tightened with it in the center. If it's off either way what you described happens and you'll usually find that it hits your leg at full right or left.
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Check the Rigging

 

We once leased a 206 form another operator after the 1st flight the Pic says it will only fly straight if the stick is in the slightly left position.

 

engineers checked the rigging sure enough it was out a 1/4 inch :shock:

we then checked with the previous operator and the response was "oh thats been like that for a while"

 

Scary but true

 

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