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    Brake away thrust needed!

    Anybody who knows what to change for editing the thrust needed for taxi?

    On my Cockpitsonic and PM I now need about 70%,to brake away, this is to much.

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    Re: Brake away thrust needed!

    It depends from the airctraft weight. The more heavier, more thrust need to begin rolling

    Quote Originally Posted by kenlie_no View Post
    Anybody who knows what to change for editing the thrust needed for taxi?

    On my Cockpitsonic and PM I now need about 70%,to brake away, this is to much.
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    Re: Brake away thrust needed!

    But 70% to make a 738 on about 56. isnt that way to much...

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    Re: Brake away thrust needed!

    then cockpitsonic thrust is not configured properly

    read the documentations of cockpitsonic.

    Quote Originally Posted by kenlie_no View Post
    But 70% to make a 738 on about 56. isnt that way to much...
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    Re: Brake away thrust needed!

    Hmm I thought that this could be changed in aircraft.config.

    my trhottle lever sync is working fine, 0 is 0 and 100% is 100%

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    Re: Brake away thrust needed!

    If it FS9 you can replace sim1.dll with a modified dll which tones down the surface friction making turning and taxi much more realisitc, have a search its widely available

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    Re: Brake away thrust needed!

    30-40% N1 will get you moving.

    45 if really heavy.

    70 %

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