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Yeah, slow down you maniac! ;)


In your FSX.cfg file, under the [Display] section, look for:


and change it to:


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My approach is less simple but it does suit me.


The "overspeed" indication is triggered by the aircraft cfg entry


[Reference Speeds]

max_indicated_speed = nnn


I usually set this to a "realistic" value (perhaps gleaned from a specification for the real aircraft) and then accept the consequences of trying to fly too fast. At the moment, all warnings are off cause I didn't turn them back on after my last video session. Alas.



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You can also chase down the overspeed audio file (might be either in your aircraft sounds folder or in the main sounds folder) and remove it. Or, taking a cue from Loyd, set a huge value in the .cfg.


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