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Hi! I've recenty purchased a saitek pro combat rudder and I noticed there was no brake axis for the Su-25T and the aircrafts included in FC3. I would like to see one, like in dcs blackshark for example, so that I can use my toe brakes on my rudder pedals. Pressing W doesn't feel very realistic... Thank you for taking my request into account.

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From what I have read, the lack of toe brakes on those aircraft is a limitation of the flight model.

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F-15C has toe brake axis.

 

This, and regarding the Sukhoi's I thought I read that the real jets didn't have toe breaks which is why they aren't modeled as such in DCS?

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F-15C has toe brake axis.

 

The F-15 has a PFM, the A-10A has an AFM and AFAIK, all of the russian birds don't have toe brakes in RL.

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The F-15 has a PFM, the A-10A has an AFM and AFAIK, all of the russian birds don't have toe brakes in RL.

Even if so, neither does KA-50 have a trimmer reset, or most cockpit knobs and switches be a buttons....

 

Seriously, just not adding the axis possibility makes the customer interest and possibility invest to flight controllers when not all functions can be used.

 

I would love to have possibility to bind some axis to some functions, switches as such and so on.

 

For simplicity reasons most planes doesn't have a clickable cockpit so virtual pilots would have easier time.

So why not allow one to bind a wheel brake to pedals break axis?

 

I can even control Shkval with pedals toe brakes, how realistic is that?

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The SU-25s don't have toe breaks IRL.

 

Not sure why the A10a doesn't have toe breaks in sim...

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Well even though russian aircrafts don't have toe brakes, they have a brake lever so it would definitely be nice to have a brake axis available. I would like to be able to modulate the braking, as pressing "W" applies full brakes and stops the aircraft violently. Many times I happened to blow the tires up on my Su-27 (especially when heavily loaded) as the braking was too strong.

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