VCMP_Kiko

PSS CONCORDE CANT GET FULL THROTTLE!!

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hello, Ive got the Pss concorde for fs2004, and when i want to take off, i put full power (alt+f4) it gets to 100% then it goes back to 90 and stays ther.

I do the same with the joystick and get the same result.

And while im airborn, during the transonic part, i put reheats, and full trottle and it goes back to 89%. Why do this happen, all other aircrafts i can get the 100% pf throttle.

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I may be wrong, but try shift+F4.  I vaguely remember that setting helping to kick the burners in on the Concorde.  

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1 hour ago, DylanC said:

shift+F4

yes i meant shift f4, and that is what i do, everything properly but it goes back to 90

 

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Is there anything in the instruction manual that mentions the thrust levers at takeoff.  Could it be that they are reacting normally?  Most jet aircraft use only no more than 90 or 92% N1 for takeoff power.  100% for emergency use only.  It is pretty hard on the engines.  A/B (reheats) should light up around 82-85% N1.

With everything working, as you describe, are you still able to takeoff, climb to cruise altitude, etc?

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On 11/11/2018 at 5:03 PM, charliearon said:

Is there anything in the instruction manual that mentions the thrust levers at takeoff.  Could it be that they are reacting normally?  Most jet aircraft use only no more than 90 or 92% N1 for takeoff power.  100% for emergency use only.  It is pretty hard on the engines.  A/B (reheats) should light up around 82-85% N1.

With everything working, as you describe, are you still able to takeoff, climb to cruise altitude, etc?

yeah i can take off and climb, but the i get it to 100% then the thrust lever moves backward. My rate of climb on the transonic to supersonic is way slower.

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On 11/25/2018 at 5:54 AM, VCMP_Kiko said:

yeah i can take off and climb, but the i get it to 100% then the thrust lever moves backward. My rate of climb on the transonic to supersonic is way slower.

Calibrate your Yoke 

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