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MSFS ground handling bug

All my aircraft steer towards 330 degrees on the ground (violently when at speed). Has anyone seen this? or know anything about it? I reported it to MS, they marked it done and that's it. I guess they de-prioritize it as it's not game breaking, but it does make taking off alot harder than in real life.

I suspect that people mistake it for p-force which is easily refuted by turning the aircraft around180 and noting that it will then pull the other way.
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I don't know if mine steers toward a particular direction (maybe it does and I just haven't noticed) but lighter aircraft especially go nuts and try to swerve off the runway right around takeoff speed. Basically been happening since day one. It's not just you.
Try turning around on the runway and see if it pulls the other way. Or take a 152 to somewhere huge and see where it stops turning. I bet you its 330-ish.