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Need help to synchronize PFC throttle

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Hi,

I am having some problem to get my Precision Flight Controls throttles to by synchronize. The problem is that when I use a throttle quadrants that has more the one throttle axis (like jet, turbo and multi engine) the axis has different max and min traveling. I cannot make them move the same way, so to have the same engine thrust I need to place the throttle like you see in the picture. (see picture) I would like a way to make the two throttle to apply equal thrust.  I have tried a lot of things, playing with the PFCcom64, the FSUIPC5 and Profile config files,  but nothing seems to work.

I have also included the PFCcom64, the FSUIPC5 and Profile config files.

Any help would be appreciated.

Pierre

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FSUIPC5.ini

PFCcom64.ini

Airbus.ini

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3 hours ago, nantelp said:

to have the same engine thrust I need to place the throttle like you see in the picture.

You DO realize that this is the same as in real aircraft? The thrust delivered from a specific throotle lever position is rarely the same on both. It's part of the pilot's job to mointor what is going on and make the sort of adjustments you made. Check some real world cockpit videos and you'll see.

You can make use of the FSUIPC calibration feature for syncing the positions of the throtties at specific places on their axis ranges. This is described in the user documentaion. There is also the more drastic FSUIPC throttle sync control, whicch I think is available also as an FSUIPC hotkey, to sync throttles by copying Throttle 1 to 2 (and 3 and 4), ignoring the other setting.

Pete

 

 

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Hi Pete,

I did not know that, so having different thrust is par of life. I will stop trying to fix it then...….

Thanks for the quick reply

Pierre

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