Yes.The roll protection is 67 degrees in the "normal" flight enveloppe.The allowed bank angle goes down to 45° if either the high incidence protection or the high speed protection are activated.
When the roll protection is activated,auto trim becomes inoperative and if the bank angle exceeds 45°,the flight director command bars disappear,knowing that the pilot wants a maneuver outside the normal ops,therefore removing a conflicting info :"Oh,you want some drastic bank angle?Ok!go ahead,I'm out of it,I'll come back when you need me again!,when you return to less than 45°."
As I said in a previous post,this is just not true.Another red herring for aviation illiterates.
Suppose the autopilot is on and you want to take over in an emergency.OK?
-On the 'Bus,you need 3.5 kg on the stick to disconnect the A/P and you could achieve quickly a very high roll rate,around 15°/s up to 67° with no subsequent effort.
-On any other airplane,you have to disconnect the A/P with the yoke button and then muscle the wheel (as you noted,the required force increases with the roll demand ,around 25 kg max ).
To add, imho, some more confusion,on some types a voice will start yelling "Bank angle,bank angle " in your ears.I know that many people like it that way and I certainly do not want to start an argument on this subject.Let's just say I hope my info and Gate Keeper's helped you understand a bit of the 'Bus flight controls.
Regards to all,