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Hi all. Got a new CYBORG X yostick the other day. Very fun. Not as good as a yoke setup, but it works. Cyborg X has independent throttle operation capability. Searched forumns on this topic and nothing found.decouple throttles. Disconnect throttles. Cyborg X joystick, etc. Tried clicking on the throttles but that didn't do much. If operating CYBORG throttle independently, only left one makes throttles move, but both move together. Any tips/tricks how to setup independent throttle operation? Surely our yoke / users have something on the subject. Thanks, Bill

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Hi all. Got a new CYBORG X yostick the other day. Very fun. Not as good as a yoke setup, but it works. Cyborg X has independent throttle operation capability. Searched forumns on this topic and nothing found.decouple throttles. Disconnect throttles. Cyborg X joystick, etc. Tried clicking on the throttles but that didn't do much. If operating CYBORG throttle independently, only left one makes throttles move, but both move together. Any tips/tricks how to setup independent throttle operation? Surely our yoke / users have something on the subject. Thanks, Bill
Hi Bill ,I have a Cyborg-x and it does have a "split" throttle. Mine works fine "coupled" or "decoupled"I use FSUIPC to use the "left" throttle for nornal operations and, the "right" throttle for reverse and idle reverse thrust.Of cousre my operatonal setup is a decoupled setup. Left stick = go forward and, right stick = reverse and idle reverse thrust.One more thing, I don't use the SST software: just FSUIPC and the MSFS options control section: which is a combination setup.There's a button on the left side of the throttle handle, that you must push to decouple the sticks from each other.

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If you set it up right, the normal "positions" are "left" side is "rearwards" and, "right" side sits forwards: a split position.You MUST pull the left side to idle, BEFORE you pull back on the "right" stick to activate reverse thrustyou can watch this operation occuring if you change your "view" to the "throttle".To close the "buckets"/deactivate reverse thrust, push the "right" side stick back to the "forward" position.

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