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Guest venustus01

Anyone using a modified(reduced friction) sim1,dll.I found several versions.Can someone explain the pros/cons and/or strange behaviour in using it.

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I've been using it for almost a year. My personal taste is... Pros: better throttle on the ground, no more slippery (well,less than default) Cons: some a/cs already change the idle power to taxi better, so when using this mod sim1.dll the a/c can be too powerful on the ground (such as ifly 737 or wilco/cls airbuses, even on idle I have to use the brake to slow it down), and the plane shakes below 2 kts (user a/c and also AI a/cs)


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Guest venustus01

Thanks.I have noticed increased power on the ground and greater body roll at taxi speeds.Does this modified dll affect in flight dynamics?

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Guest venustus01

Thanks Johan.I'm actually using your modded file.Cheers!!

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