I've noticed that the BR425 in Munich-Augsburg (via HRR) brakes much more strongly than the BR423 that comes with the route. For example: When braking at 80% of max brake from 120 km/h it takes about 700m to stop with the BR423 but only about 450m to stop with the BR425. This implies that the maximum deceleration for the BR423 is about 1.0 m/s^2 but almost 1.6m/s^2 with the BR425. According to Wikipedia (and the source it sites) the deceleration should be about the same for both EMUs: 0.9m/s^2. Assuming that the deceleration is from 140 km/h (or whatever max speed of the EMU) then the brakes on the BR423 seems to be acting realistically but the brakes on the BR425 are almost 60% too strong. Iirc Maik Goltz, who is behind many of the most realistic German addons for Railworks was involved in the design of the BR425 HRR, so perhaps this is either prototypical (the sources are wrong) or maybe something is bugged. Does anyone have any thoughts/input?