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    A320 A/Skid-NW Steering

    Hi fellows,

    I was wondering of the anti-skid braking function is simulated in FS2004. Does anybody know?

    Otherwise, the Anti-Skid switch located on the A320 MIP could be assigned to another function. What are you using this switch for in your pits?

    Thanks!!
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    Airbus

    As long as you don´t skid out of a Runway in a Landing Raining or with Snow I guess it is kind of modeled but that is an interesting question!!

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    Roberto

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    Yes, that is a good question.

    As a consumer software program from a company that wants to keep it simple for the masses so millions of copies sell, I would think not.

    No one knows anything about the ABS on their automobiles, I doubt they've ever even heard of it on aircraft for the last 40 years.

    "I got this liittle yellow light coming on my dash that says "ABS", what is that?"

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    mike, looks like you're teaching a class full of people there!
    That has got to be a record of MC.org of the most smilies put in one go!!!

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    I found this link to a software that simulates all these brake functions in FS9 & FSX.
    http://www.technical-service-richter.com/
    Anybody tried these yet?
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    I, myself havn't seen the software before - however looks interesting!
    Is it payware because it doesn't seem to indicate anywhere?
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    Yeah, looks like it is payware. There is however a demo version which you can try. There are also other freeware programs you can download (looked like tools, or something). Haven't had much time to check.
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