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On twin engine airplanes, when the throttles are all the way back, the airplane still moves forward rapidly. The throttles have been calibrated several times to no avail. I have even calibrated them for windows 10 and they still do not affect the aircraft. These throttles do not do this in P3D.

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Assume you mean the airplane rolls when on the ground. This appears to be common to many of the Laminar default aircraft - same with the C172 that I use. Too low a value of static friction with the tires, or not enough difference between static and rolling friction. Try going into Planemaker and see if changing the value for this helps - it did with the C172.