Hendy Jawan’s response doesn’t even address ljnmc’s original question… Their issue was with the YAW axis, not the PITCH or ROLL axes!
They have a problem with the potentiometer located inside of the stick that detects twisting the stick clockwise and counter-clockwise. More likely than not, their problem can be fixed by following the guide posted by Reddit user ColinAndress, which can be found at https://www.reddit.com/r/hotas/comments/...
The guide mentioned in Hendy Jawan’s first post will definitely come in handy if you plan on re-lubricating the ball joint, but is utterly useless when it comes to solving the YAW axis stuttering. This guide doesn’t even show you how to gain access to the potentiometer at fault, much less walk you through what the problem is and how to fix it… On top of that, their follow-up comment only offsets the calibration, completely ignoring the root cause of the problem and potentially introducing new problems.
Again, if your problem is with YAW stuttering, not roll or pitch, then check out the guide at https://www.reddit.com/r/hotas/comments/... If you’d rather avoid Reddit, you can find his step-by-step picture guide, with explanations, here: https://imgur.com/gallery/ob06FmA
I hope this helps, ljnmc!
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I am experiencing the same issue. It is quite sudden and has nothing to do with stick twist deadzone. Playing Elite Dangerous and having my ship yaw suddenly for no reason had me thinking I was taking impacts. I had to turn off yaw assignments. Watching input graphs from within Windows 10 revealed the issue in more depth. The graph will show sudden fluttery yaw movement to the left while the stick sits still on the desk in front of me. Sometimes it maxes the input. I'm looking into the sensor replacement at the moment.
EDIT: My problem was crossed wires right at the potentiometer sensor solder joints.
par Joseph Wimer