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Hi,I am flying the maddog m82,at stopped the brakes are on steady,when I am taxiing or landing the brakes pulse and it is hard to stop even with a full rwy.everything is conf.in fsuipc. I am using ch pedals and yoke,vrinsight mcpcombi,gf-tq6 quadrant.

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Hi,I am flying the maddog m82,at stopped the brakes are on steady,when I am taxiing or landing the brakes pulse and it is hard to stop even with a full rwy.everything is conf.in fsuipc. I am using ch pedals and yoke,vrinsight mcpcombi,gf-tq6 quadrant.

You've not calibrated the toe brakes correctly, and are engaging them on occasion when using the pedals for steering. You need to leave a good null zone so you have to really press them to engage them.

Pete

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You've not calibrated the toe brakes correctly, and are engaging them on occasion when using the pedals for steering. You need to leave a good null zone so you have to really press them to engage them.

Pete

Thanks pete,first,this is a great tool for FS,it was working fine till last week,I keep trying to calibrate,I have a good null zone ,but its like its switching on and off,i`ll keep digging and thanks for your help.

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Thanks pete,first,this is a great tool for FS,it was working fine till last week,I keep trying to calibrate,I have a good null zone ,but its like its switching on and off,i`ll keep digging and thanks for your help.

If it is "switching on and off" without you touching anything, then either the unit is faulty, or you have a conflicting assignment somewhere.

You can enable Event and Axis logging in the FSUIPC logging tab and see the events occurring in the log. You'll need to then search for the instigator.

Regards

Pete

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OK Pete,if the outside temp is below 0 c pulsing brakes,above 0c brakes are fine,guess i`ll have to stay in the south!

Outside temperature at your house, or in the sim world? If the latter then it sounds very much as if you have some additional simulation going on there representing freezing brakes. Are you by any chance using one of Thomas Richter's add-on programs, like the auto-brake enhancement? Or possibly the aircraft model you are using is more sophisticated than you thought?

Regards

Pete

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