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This is something on your end.  Almost definitely something to do with your control calibration or the CG being incorrectly set due to the loadout.  We've also seen FSEconomy screw things up when it loads the TBM with too much weight.  Double check everything and test again.  

 

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I don't think so. I didn't load anything extra, I didn't overload, And I recalibrated, including wing trim. When I don't touch the control grip, the plane will keep climbing. If it's on autopilot, everything is fine

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Check the maintenance manager and make sure everything is in the green and as new.  Particularly the trim linkages.

If this fails, you may need to create a new airframe.

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The maintenance manager is a different tab.  It allows you to make repairs to individual components of the aircraft.  You're also adding way too much power on the take off roll.  You will almost definitely damage something in the engine if you continue doing this.

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23 hours ago, Kestrel35 said:

With my throttle at 20-100%, the plane would continue to climb until it stalled out of control and would roll to the left. Is there a solution?
Name of product: TBM 900

The solution, based on your video, is to takeoff with proper power settings, flaps in the takeoff position, rudder trim in the green band, and retract the flaps after establishing the climb. 

Nothing you’ve shown is particularly “out of control” - the TBM is a powerful light aircraft and it requires you to manage elevator and rudder during takeoff to prevent the roll you showed us.

Unrelated, it also appears from your video that the cabin is not pressurizing but the bleed air is on - meaning you may have a ruptured pressure vessel (you’d see this in the maintenance window). If you struck the tail on the ground at any point, that’d be the cause. 

pim_tbm900__e1r2.pdf

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21 minutes ago, rjb4000 said:

The solution, based on your video, is to takeoff with proper power settings, flaps in the takeoff position, rudder trim in the green band, and retract the flaps after establishing the climb. 

Nothing you’ve shown is particularly “out of control” - the TBM is a powerful light aircraft and it requires you to manage elevator and rudder during takeoff to prevent the roll you showed us.

Unrelated, it also appears from your video that the cabin is not pressurizing but the bleed air is on - meaning you may have a ruptured pressure vessel (you’d see this in the maintenance window). If you struck the tail on the ground at any point, that’d be the cause. 

pim_tbm900__e1r2.pdf 6.81 MB · 0 downloads

Which means he almost definitely broke the trim linkages, resulting in an even more exaggerated climb.  @Kestrel35 You need to fly this add on like it's the real aircraft.  It is highly complex and highly realistic.  Time to create a new airframe, because once you rupture the pressure vessel, it cannot be repaired.

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