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I noticed this after an update, no matter what I do, keyboard or throttle (CH Pro Throttle) the engines wont go above 90%.

No problems with other modules, F-18, F5,,, just the A-10, any help?

Have tried the following:

Switched usb connection slot

Re-Booted DCS

Re-Booted computer

 

Anyone?

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Engine core RPM, or actual throttle position from the joystick? hit Rctrl+enter to view and see if you are actually getting full joystick command. If so, you are good. I don't think the core RPM gets up to 100%.

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Engine core RPM, or actual throttle position from the joystick? hit Rctrl+enter to view and see if you are actually getting full joystick command. If so, you are good. I don't think the core RPM gets up to 100%.

 

 

Thanks, I was not getting enough airspeed to take off while in the maverick tutorial.

 

Found the problem, somehow the setting for the wheel brakes was backwards!

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...somehow the setting for the wheel brakes was backwards!

 

 

 

Ah yes. This gets everyone. Mine was reversed as well.

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Ah yes. This gets everyone. Mine was reversed as well.

 

Good to know that I'm not the only one who had that issue when I started flying in DCS.

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Good to know that I'm not the only one who had that issue when I started flying in DCS.

 

 

 

If you had just pushed the two gas pedals with your toes, one for each engine, airplane would have accelerated down the runway

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If you had just pushed the two gas pedals with your toes, one for each engine, airplane would have accelerated down the runway

 

Heh. That's how I figured it out. Just got frustrated and mashed the toe brakes down and the plane finally accelerated to rotation speed. I guess I should have know something was backward in the first training mission when I was holding the brakes while running up to 80% core RPM and I started rolling as soon as I pushed the throttle forward. :doh:

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