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Hardware throttle Idle but still 30%N1 on landing

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Hello, Ok, I can't find it anywhere if this is a normal thing for the NG to do. It might have something to do with my throttle deadzones? I have a T. Flight HOTAS X and when I flare out, of course I reduce throttle to idle. Somehow as the NG is braking, it increases the N1 back to around 30% even if my hardware throttle is Idle. I have to keep on pushing F1 on my keyboard for it to finally idle the engines during a rollout. How can I set the throttle settings so it idles after touchdown? Thank you. MJ O'Donnell

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around 30% sounds very reasonable for me ... and its a normal behavior, I would worry if you are 500agl and n1 is 60% on idle


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Go to the controls menu, and set the throttle sensitivity to 100%, and set the null zone to 0%.


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there's a difference between ground idle and flight idle.flight idle is a higher % N1 in order to improve spool up time in case of a Go Around.


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So in reality, after touchdown the throttle revs itself up to about 30%? My main concern about the throttle is that my hardware throttle always seems to have a discreptancy between what F1 gives me and what Idle throttle is. What I mean is that with F1, the engine idle is about 21 %, with hardware throttle, idle is about 23%. Is there a way to make them agree? And yes, sorry I think it is the same posting as the other one.... I do apologize... this forum is quite difficult to find anything in even with the search function. MJ O'Donnell

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If the F1 n1 and your throttle n1 are not the same you need to calibrate your throttle ... I think people use fsuipc for it


P.L. Tran

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