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  1. Seems I found what the issue was. I went through my brake assignments and saw that I had left/right increment pressure brakes assigned to my pedals in addition to the left/right brake axis. I deleted the left/right pressure break assignments and that completely fixed it. Please consider this thread solved. Thanks guys.
  2. Yes I’m on 1.0.5. To change it up I’ve started from various aircraft states (ie “cold and dark”, “turn around”, “ready to taxi” etc) and the problem persist in all startup states.
  3. If that’s the update that became available late last month then yes, I uploaded it yesterday and observed the modifications to the throttle behavior included in the update, however when it came time to taxi just above idle, no no movement whatsoever.
  4. I don’t have a independent throttle quadrant to calibrate just yet. Unfortunately I’m still using the keyboard feature to adjust the throttle, nonetheless I’ll look into that.
  5. Chocks are removed, parking brake released. I’ve followed multiple “start up/taxi/takeoff tutorials” and actually manage to get to level flight fine. It’s simply moving on the ground, at any airport, where my throttle has to be almost near “climb” mode before I can simply start rolling any where which makes moving/taxiing a pain.
  6. Hello fellow simmers. As you probably gauged from the title, I'm having a bit of an issue when it comes to taxiing the aircraft. To begin, I'll just say I've watched multiple tutorials in regards to setting the payload of the aircraft to ensure that it is within the performance envelope, not overweight, and well balanced. I use LBS as opposed to KGs and also do my simbrief flight planning under the same LBS structure. Also, I do not use/modify the MSFS weight and balance found in the main start menu. All that said, after going through all my start up flows/programming and it is time to taxi out, I find that my CRJ700 will not budge after engine start with the throttles above idle. In fact I have to move N1 up to about 80% just to get rolling to which the plane then practically accelerates and becomes hard to slow down. Once it does slow and I move the throttle quadrant just above idle, i hear the engines spool and see the gauges on the PFD respond but the plane just sits there. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
  7. Hello fellow simmers. As you probably gauged from the title, I'm having a bit of an issue when it comes to taxiing the aircraft. To begin, I'll just say I've watched multiple tutorials in regards to setting the payload of the aircraft to ensure that it is within the performance envelope, not overweight, and well balanced. I use LBS as opposed to KGs and also do my simbrief flight planning under the same LBS structure. Also, I do not use/modify the MSFS weight and balance found in the main start menu. All that said, after going through all my start up flows/programming and it is time to taxi out, I find that my CRJ700 will not budge after engine start with the throttles above idle. In fact I have to move N1 up to about 60% just to get rolling to which the plane then practically accelerates and becomes hard to slow down. Once it does slow and I move the throttle quadrant just above idle, i hear the engines spool and see the gauges on the PFD respond but the plane just sits there. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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