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  1. Cameron, Do we have to delete the previous version before installing the new version? If I remember correctly don't have to delete the old version but I just want to make sure. Thank you, cbreeze
  2. Greetings, I hope this isn't a stupid question but has anyone tried the TBM using the new XPlane experimental flight model?
  3. cbreeze

    How to brake.

    Actually I don’t have rudder pedals nor do I use scripts. I simply mapped a button on my joystick and have had zero issues.
  4. It’s the best add on I’ve ever seen for a flight sim. Just bought the Aerobask DA 62 and though it’s a very nice airplane I am spoiled and still prefer the TBM for all it does.
  5. I haven’t had this come up in quite some time now.
  6. Thank you for the great update!!!!!!
  7. cbreeze

    Updating

    Thank you both. XPlane updated along with the TBM. Works great!!!!!
  8. cbreeze

    Updating

    Ok, been holding off updating my TBM due to all the issues I’ve read here. I’m still on a very early version and have not had any issues to speak of. I now think it’s time however I’m confused on the correct method. I’ve read you have to do that before you start XPlane. The two previous times I updated I did it by starting XPlane then clicking on the TBM update available box you get after XPlane is running. I understand I will have to update XPlane too and also ready to take that step too. Can someone tell what is the correct method? Thanks in advance.
  9. Actually I’m using the Thrust Master T16000M joystick. This is probably the best joystick I’ve ever owned and I have been simmimg for many years. I have no problems you just have to tweak the settings.
  10. Unfortunately I’ve been through several airframes for various reasons. The experience I related in my previous post was the first malfunction I had with any of the airframes.
  11. Climb to a safe altitude and extend the gear manually making sure the gear lever is in the down position. The procedure is in the manual. Will take quite a few pumps of the extension handle in the floor. Recently happened to me and that’s how I got my gear down and landed safely.
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