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First of all I don't want to start off on the wrong note so I will start by saying thatthis aircraft is simply the most amazing aircraft ever developed for FS and probably for years to come. Stunning work as usual. My question:I have been finding taxiing extremely difficult in the 738 because the breaks have close to no effect what so ever... anybody else notice this?


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no, I think brakes are OP :) Lj. Prodanovic


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Also be aware hot steel brakes lose effectiveness.


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Kevin, Check your main FSX failures (Aircraft menu) and see that FSX itself hasn't failed the brakes on you. I've noticed this happen several times since the release, and each time it's been not a PMDG brake failure, but an internal FSX failure. I don't know what's triggered it (wasn't me!), but for some reason both brake sets were failed right from the create-a-flight stage. Regards,Andrew ReynoldsDispatcher


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Okay guys, thanks I will look into it.


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