Some planes, mostly twin turbo probs just start moving fast as soon as parking brake is released. My throttle is idle to start engine's but as soon as brake release - they go up as high as 30 with no throttle added and need to keep on the brakes to taxi! (By law - taxi speed is always less than 20). The Saab 340, C-208 Caravan, All of my Dash 8 models, and even some jets do it like the CRJ-200 Midway! My Throttle sensitivitys are 100% Null zone set at 0%. I have played with the settings with no change. Anyone else have this problem? Is there a fix without affecting flight performance?
Last Edit: Dec 18, 2015 11:43:46 GMT -5 by Deleted
You been flying 2 years now. You earned the secret for most sim planes. On high rev motors - from a cold start (all systems off) - Start as normal with P-brake locked. Once at proper temperature and all looks good. Turn ON Carb./pito heat and De-Ice ON. Keep on til hold point. Once you are at T/O position, turn both OFF (unless needed due to WX). When landing, on Final, if not on, turn on! Turning on lowers your RPM to manageable level - not sure if works in real world but it helps on the sim.
Please note: This works on most but not all models. I have tested the default Barron, Caravan, and MaxFreight Saab 340 along with the Max C-130 with good results. Remember to turn off after T/O or you'll have a slow flight! If you are flying Real Weather, you watch gauges to decide on/off. Hope this info helps.