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Cessna C510 Throttle problem


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Spoilers, flaps and throttles work with the profile for MSFS' Cockspur C510. However, after advancing the throttles for takeoff, the engines both drop to ~30%. Cannot take off. Using FSUIPC7 Axis Throttle 1 and 2 on each Honeycomb Bravo Throttle axis.

Is there another control that should be used? Has anyone else had this problem with the C510?

Works with other aircraft.


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On 8/10/2023 at 8:32 PM, DrDave- said:

However, after advancing the throttles for takeoff, the engines both drop to ~30%.

Do you mean the power drops (i.e. in HUD display)? Do the throttles stay in the same position?
Have you checked/disabled any MSFS assistance options?

In the other post on this topic, you also said:


At maximum value, the engine seem to lose power (above 98%). I'll ask Cockspur about this and lower the max axis value.

Did you ask them about this? I do not see the same problem. I am away from my flight set-up for the next few days, back next Wednesday so I cannot check again until then. 
Can you set logging for Axes Controls, and reproduce your issue - load the C510 and advance to full throttle and leave running until you see the "engines both drop to ~30%" and then exit FSUIPC7, compress/zip your FSUIPC7.log file and show me/attach that file together with your FSUIPC7.ini file.

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