problem with passenger 37 BVE4 version

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Simming

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When running this loco on the railtour on X-City, when I go into notch 7 the sounds go all jumpy, IE, the sounds flash on and off, if you get me.
its only seems to be notch 7, and the passenger version, as ive run the freight one no problem.
 
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I've had no problems. Is it in full screen mode as bve sounds seem to suffer sometimes when it is :?
 

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Sounds like you're applying too much power. I assume you're putting the loco into P7 straight away? You need to watch the ammeter (top right dial) and keep the needle in the green/yellow areas. Once it reaches yellow/red you need to reduce power slightly until you increase speed and the needle drops, then you can apply more power.
 

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No, Im watching the Amps, but even when im on the 55mph stretch, its still jumpy.

I know it trips outs, Cause I put it straight into full, and it tripped before.
 

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Simming said:
When running this loco on the railtour on X-City, when I go into notch 7 the sounds go all jumpy, IE, the sounds flash on and off, if you get me.
its only seems to be notch 7, and the passenger version, as ive run the freight one no problem.


I think it is down to slipping. There are some points of bad adhesion on X-City
 

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wumpty said:
Hi, First post for me here ;)

It is down to slipping. Try driving the class 37 on a non rainy route and it should accelerate fine!

Welcome :)

Now that post shows how far BVE has come! :)
 

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seems odd however there are a few points of bad adhesion on the route, personally I've run the whole route with no problems at all on more than one occasion (after I got the engine started! :lol: )
 
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Hi wumpty, just by your e-mail address you registered with I can see interesting things!

Well done with the routes, and welcome to RailUK!
 

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tubechallenger said:
Hi wumpty, just by your e-mail address you registered with I can see interesting things!

Well done with the routes, and welcome to RailUK!

Who is he :?
 
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