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Engines Cutting Out in FS9

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Taxiing and taking off from some 3rd party sceneries, UK2000 EGBB and Norway 8 ENZV both engines keep cutting out. Doesn't appear to happen with default scenery.Any clues anyone. I know UK200 is not patched for FS9 yet but it doesn't happen with other addon acft.Paul Gardner

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Done some more testing it also happens with default sceneries. I suspect I'm having a fuel problem but I can't for the life of me figure it out.Can anyone help please?Paul Gardner

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I had exactly the opposite problem, Paul... on standard scenery. I was taxying around KSFO, I turned left at a corner at about 7kts groundspeed... the left undercarriage snapped off.... and both engines went to takeoff power :-lol Maybe my co-pilot fell onto the throttles when the airplane keeled over???Never a dull moment on my flights :-)Cheers.Ian "Gremlins R Us" Riddell.

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about 7kts groundspeed... the left undercarriage snapped offSeriously officer, I know your radar gun shows 70, but really, I was only doing 7, honestly! :-hahRay

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Hi,Well, I've seen some bugs here and there in MSFS. Like in FS2002 at least, taxing around KMSP, you'd get a 'Building Crash' for no apparent reason. :( Took me a while to figure out, but if I went to spot plane view and looked directly down on the plane or very close to directly down, I could avoid this from happening. I think this was even a somewhat well known bug after some time. MSFS has little surprises here and there that leaves me scratching my head sometimes. (-:Jim Richards

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Hi,Well, I've seen some bugs here and there in MSFS. Like in FS2002 at least, taxing around KMSP, you'd get a 'Building Crash' for no apparent reason. :( Took me a while to figure out, but if I went to spot plane view and looked directly down on the plane or very close to directly down, I could avoid this from happening. I think this was even a somewhat well known bug after some time. MSFS has little surprises here and there that leaves me scratching my head sometimes. (-:Jim Richards

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