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Assigning No Engine Reverse

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Not sure why I can't seem to figure this out. I have looked in the manual and did a few searches here.

I just installed the F1 Cessna Mustang. It has no engine reverse. It has a Take Off detent, Climb detent, plus Idle and Cut-off. I have no problem calibrating the throttles for TO to Idle. However, I can't seem to figure out how NOT to have a Reverse range.

I need a full range of throttle so at maximum calibration range, the throttles are in TO, and at minimum range they are in Cutoff.

What am I overlooking?

Thanks.

PS: All the other a/c I have flown had engine reverse. I had no problems calibrating the axis for Max, Idle and Reverse.

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I just installed the F1 Cessna Mustang. It has no engine reverse. It has a Take Off detent, Climb detent, plus Idle and Cut-off. I have no problem calibrating the throttles for TO to Idle. However, I can't seem to figure out how NOT to have a Reverse range.

Is that a single engined aircraft? If so, use the normal single throttle.

If not, with the latest interim FSUIPC updates you can elect to have no reverse zone by checking the option for this top left. In previous releases it can be done too, by setting the idle zone with one value close to or the same as the minimum (the reverse setting), so that there's no reverse.

Pete

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