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When I taxi (any plane) I experience what seems like hitting a bump on the ramp or taxiway. When this happens the airplane dips and pulls to the left. I don't know if this is supposed to be some kind of built in realism but to me it is just annoying. I don't mind the bump so much but hate the pulling to the left when it happens. Anybody experience this and is there a cure for it? Thanks.Jim

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>When I taxi (any plane) I experience what seems like hitting>a bump on the ramp or taxiway. When this happens the airplane>dips and pulls to the left. I don't know if this is supposed>to be some kind of built in realism but to me it is just>annoying. I don't mind the bump so much but hate the pulling>to the left when it happens. Anybody experience this and is>there a cure for it? Thanks.>>Jim Its the same when you taxi to the default runway 34R in FS9. Just as you are about to turn onto the runway the aircraft goes into a ditch that isn't there!!To top it all, if you have all the settings at 'Real' a crash is detected thus ending your flight!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1Has the lunatics taken over the asylum? All the best,Dave.'Three greens and soft landings'

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And heres me thinking that Microsoft monitor these reports. Perhaps a 'fix' for the FS9.1 update is due?All the best,Dave.'Three greens and soft landings'

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Try letting a little air out of the tires.This should cure your bumps.allen }( :-wink2 :+ :-badteeth :-grnmd

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