@derek Raised a ticket this morning, and a couple of different options were given. In the end it turned out to be Fuel Valve assignments that caused the issue as the fuel valves are used in the Hawk to switch from Idle to HP Off. If I don't switch the fuel valves on with my HOTAS and manually click on the levers instead, it all works. Thank you for your help. Thought I'd post this response incase any one in the future experiences the same issue.
@baw24p Of course. The problem is that the volume in the Hawk appears out of step - i.e. significantly louder - than every other aircraft I have flown in MSFS. As a result it becomes necessary to change settings within the sim each time you change from another aircraft to the Hawk or back again: I tend to shift the master volume up or down by a significant amount to adapt. What would have been wrong with simply moderating the volume so it was in step with other aircraft rather than imposing this need to repeatedly adjust and readjust on customers? I note this appears not to have been fixed in v0.1.5, which seems a missed opportunity.
Confirmed, reverse sensing only works for right hand side of the course radial, it was not fixed in latest update, which I believe was today. example; if you fly on the "from side" of the Vor, flying away from the Vor, with your airplane heading and OBS heading matched, and fly to the right, the course deviation indicator moves to the left, which is correct, if you turn left and cross the OBS course radial, the course deviator only moves to the right as far as the center, then moves back to the left which is wrong.
@martyn Thanks Martyn. That's where I started and assumed was the default. I can confirm that in my setup, starting from the front, on the runway with all systems hot, my MSFS default, I'm not able to retract my front gear properly. Eventually I'll get Hydrolic 1 pressure failure. I'll be happy to help you diagnose this issue if you need any screen shots of my setup from me.