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Should You Have Problems Running Aerosoft's Dr-400 On P3Dv2.2...

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Like, the aircraft being glued to the rw, no mater if you disengage the parking brakes and do not use the toe brakes?

 

Ok, open the AIRCRAFT CFG file and, at the corresponding section ( backup first!!!! ) drop:

 

[brakes]
toe_brakes_scale = 1.0
//hydraulic_system_scalar = 1.0
differential_braking_scale = 0.8
parking_brake = 1
 
or, simply comment the "hydraulic_system_scalar" in your file.

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the aircraft being glued to the rw
I can see how that might be a problem  :lol:

 

Thx for sharing your fix, I'm currently on the fence regarding the DR400, it's tempting but it has to work in P3DV2. 


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It works, and they found a very interesting way of modelling the prop effects on that aircraft!  I really like "flying" it :-)


Use your flight simulators with a well defined purpose...

Don't expect them to be "perfect" or to fully cover all aspects of simulated flight...

Try to enjoy it instead of stressing...

 

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