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Hi,

 

Can someone please tell me if at max power my throttle should stop here?

 

I have installed other software and do not know if this is interfering.

 

Thanks

 

Greg


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What is your power setting on your gauges?  Is it 100%?  If so then you are at full power and the throttles are where they should be.

 

Rob

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Hi guys,

 

As requested my N1.

 

Do you think my throttles are working fine and at max?

 

Thanks

 

Greg


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They can go higher then that. At max you should see the engines in the red on the EICAS.

 

Check your calibration on the throttle axis.


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Check your throttle sensitivity and make sure it is at maximum.


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Even when I push F3 they go forward but bounce back, is this still my throttle sensitivity?

 

Greg


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Throttle sensitivity is max.

 

This is me right click holding the left power to stay there but as soon as I release it the throttle bounces back.

 

Even if I do this to both levers they bounce back to the position where the right throttle is just now.

 

Greg

 


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Hi,

 

Yes I have tried it with just F3 and the mouse on the throttles, same result.

 

Greg

 

Could someone take a screenshot or video and show me where there throttle goes too?

 

Thanks

 

Greg


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My guess would be that your throttles are working correctly and and are not normally set at 105%, hence the red gauge whitch is a warning that you are exceeding the normal operating power.  I would see this power setting used in an emergency only, so it's like your throttles go through a gate to set the 105% and not for normal operations.  You could always check with PMDG direct.

 

Rob

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My guess would be that your throttles are working correctly and and are not normally set at 105%, hence the red gauge whitch is a warning that you are exceeding the normal operating power.  I would see this power setting used in an emergency only, so it's like your throttles go through a gate to set the 105% and not for normal operations.  You could always check with PMDG direct.

 

Rob

 

I was thinking that but was unsure, always get paranoid and thinking something is wrong.

 

I've emailed PMDG support aslo. 

 

Thanks

 

Greg


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I think that your throttles are responding correctly.  I was sitting on the runway, pressed F4, and took these two shots.

 

 

 

 


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Thanks Mike!

 

Same as me I would say?

 

Feel much better now and the girlfriend was wondering why I was sweating!

 

Was contemplating a full FSX uninstall and reinstall.

 

Greg


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