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Jetman67

CH Throttle quadrant and FSUIPC issue

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Hi All I really love the thrust reverse detent on the CH throttle can calibrate through FSUIPC but i find there is to large a dead zone from the idle detent to throttle increase IE when I start to increase the thrust i get nothing until moving about 1/4 travel, that is rather unrealistic so I have had to go back to FSX calibration, are others having this issue I have tried all possible settings in FSUIPC but cant remove the deadspot Wayne


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Not sure if this will help you - as im on SAITEK yoke and throttles - But also worth checking when you are configuring thought FSUIPC that you remove all CFGs of your FSX settings as they tend to still conflict if left there. This is how I have used FSUIPC and LINDA(great app) to get my throttles to all play properly http://forum.avsim.net/topic/345350-my-ngx-now-runs-like-a-dream-no-oom-freeze-and-fsuipc-issues/


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James Carr

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I have the first detent programmed to F1 to close the throttles and the second one programmed to F2 for reverse. I've always done it that way and it works fine. I haven't tried using FSUIPC and PMDG has mentioned that it is really not necessary for controls in FSX. Of course you may be doing something more complicated for reverse than just button presses like me.


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