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Ok. I have one more question about the throttles. On takeoff, When I advance the throttles to 40% N2 then press the TOGA, if i don't move the Physical throttle throttles from the 40% Position, the throttles advance super slow and by time the ENGs are at TO power I'm haft way down the RWY, or they don't don't advance at all. Is there a way to fix this?

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Ok. I have one more question about the throttles. On takeoff, When I advance the throttles to 40% N2 then press the TOGA, if i don't move the Physical throttle throttles from the 40% Position, the throttles advance super slow and by time the ENGs are at TO power I'm haft way down the RWY, or they don't don't advance at all. Is there a way to fix this?

Sounds like the axis inputs interfere a bit, though I don't understand why if you are not moving them. I don't have motorised throttles, unfortunately, so i always advance them to the designated N1 whilst TO/GA is doing the same. All of the airliner cockpit videos i've seen show the pilots doing the same, even with mororised throttles (i.e. keeping their hand on the levers). you do NOT let go of the levers till AFTER V1, in case of RTO.

Pete

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