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Hi Friends,

I have a problem to use axes assignment for a self build throttle

for the A330.

In Position idle the engines are running with 48% N1 und the Reverser

won't start.

Eight positions I selcted for the positions from idle to CLB to FLX to

TOGA and back via idle to reverser and back to idle again.

Can anybody give any advice?

If you need more information ask for.

I beg your pardon when I make some mistakes in this forum. But

it is my first thread. Maybe I wrote this thread again but I can' find the first one anywhere.

You can see the figures from the FSUIPC.ini in the second posting

with name FSUIPC 3.75, too.

With greetings from the Baltic Sea

Horst

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In Position idle the engines are running with 48% N1 und the Reverser

won't start.

You need to calibrate for an output value of 0 (zero) at idel. That would get N1% down to its normal idle -- but don't go by the N1 reading, view the FS throttle quadrant.

You cannot reverse until the throttles are pulled back to idle.

You can see the figures from the FSUIPC.ini in the second posting

with name FSUIPC 3.75, too.

I'll look there. Try to keep to one thread per subject next time please.

Regards

Pete

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Hi Pete,

thank you so much for your fast answer. But I have a problem to

understand what you mean. So I need some time to digest mental

what you wrote.

Sorry Pete but I am a German and my English knowledge is not so

perfect. Thank you again for your answer.

Best Regards

Horst

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