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Old 02-13-2020, 08:48 PM   #11
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Why should the brakes be more effective with anti-skid off?

That's one of the DCS problems. There's virtually no difference in stopping distance, with anti-skid on or with locked wheels.
Maybe it depends on your meaning of effective but they just have more bite. Or rather there is more wheel revolutions of braking instead of release to prevent lockup/skid.

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Old 02-14-2020, 01:01 AM   #12
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Some more bite would be nice. Even with aerobraking down to 90kts I nearly run out of runway at Nellis and have to slam the brakes.
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Old 02-14-2020, 01:08 AM   #13
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Some more bite would be nice. Even with aerobraking down to 90kts I nearly run out of runway at Nellis and have to slam the brakes.
Wha? How heavy are you landing and are you aerobraking correctly because Nellis should be EASY to get it stopped in. I can land it at Novo which is barely 6000ft, 10000ft of Nellis shouldn't require any heavy braking.
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Old 02-14-2020, 01:17 AM   #14
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You have just to do as "nicktune1219" said.Below a video to show that is not a kidding.



If you need something from interior cockpit send me a PM,please.
Your video is again a rock solid proof showing that DCS totally fails at simulating anti skid.

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More effective if you turn off anti skid but that's likely to brings its own problems. (and might fade fast, I have not tested that)
Doesn't work anyway as can be seen on the video. That's also the reason the braking effectiveness is so dissatisfying.
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Old 02-14-2020, 04:47 AM   #15
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Maybe it depends on your meaning of effective but they just have more bite. Or rather there is more wheel revolutions of braking instead of release to prevent lockup/skid.
And how do you know without anti skid when the wheels start to lock up?
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Old 02-14-2020, 06:28 PM   #16
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Old 02-14-2020, 09:09 PM   #17
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Some more bite would be nice. Even with aerobraking down to 90kts I nearly run out of runway at Nellis and have to slam the brakes.
Any aerobrake below 100kts will lengthen your rollout
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Old 02-14-2020, 09:20 PM   #18
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Your video is again a rock solid proof showing that DCS totally fails at simulating anti skid.



Doesn't work anyway as can be seen on the video. That's also the reason the braking effectiveness is so dissatisfying.
First learn to land as it should :

Landing AoA IS too much (you know why that tone is on on landing don’t you?)
Speedbrakes not in override after nosewheel is on ground
No backpressure on stick during roll out. (Using horizontals as speedbrake)
You can start braking in 2 point attitude

2nd landing is worse

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Old 02-15-2020, 09:10 AM   #19
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Wha? How heavy are you landing and are you aerobraking correctly because Nellis should be EASY to get it stopped in. I can land it at Novo which is barely 6000ft, 10000ft of Nellis shouldn't require any heavy braking.
I only had 1 Sidewinder and a centerline tank, total 6,000lbs fuel I think. Touched down somewhere in the tire marks of the TD zone on-speed AoA, aerobraked to about 90kts (memory is fuzzy at this point), waited until about 70kts or so to start breaking. Had to slam on the breaks to get down to 20kts and exit on the last taxiway at the threshold.
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Old 02-15-2020, 09:29 AM   #20
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You can use the brakes during aerobraking. Also override the speedbrakes and pull aft stick when the nosewheel is down. Why didi you use the brakes only at 70kts?

Also do not ride the brakes but use them to the max.
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