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Old 02-04-2017, 05:45 PM   #1
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Default TM Warthog A/B Detent curve

For those interested, I've setup curves for several afterburner aircraft so the afterburner detent of the TM WH matches up.
Personally can't stand not having a firm spot where the A/B kicks in

Your milage may vary, so some personal adjustment might be required

Set these up in the "Axis Tune" controls, for each throttle where applicable.
Set the throttle as "SLIDER" and "USER CURVES" and set the numbers as below:

F-15C:
0-5-11-20-32-45-57-69-80-90-100

MiG-21BIS:
0-2-5-8-18-33-47-62-76-90-100

MiG-29 (all variants):
0-3-6-11-23-35-49-62-77-90-100

Su-27/Su-33:
0-7-16-25-35-45-57-69-80-90-100

AJS-37 Viggen (courtesy of Home Fries):
0-4-8-12-24-37-50-63-76-88-100

Mirage 2000C (courtesy of Home Fries):
0-3-6-13-25-39-52-65-77-88-100

F-5E:
0-3-7-16-30-43-57-67-80-90-100

When I setup more I'll update this post.

Hope this is useful to someone
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Old 02-04-2017, 06:21 PM   #2
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How about the viggen, and thanks for this never knew i we could do this!
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Old 02-04-2017, 06:33 PM   #3
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How about the viggen, and thanks for this never knew i we could do this!
Don't have the viggen, so can't do that module. When I have it I'll make one. But it won't be for a while.
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Added to my 'useful information' file.

Thanks, Lukas.
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Here's what I use for the Viggen:
0-4-8-12-24-37-50-63-76-88-100

EDIT:
Here's another curve that allows for more linear application of stages 2 and 3 once you're past the detent.
0-8-12-16-28-40-52-64-76-88-100
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Here's what I use for the Viggen:
0-4-8-12-24-37-50-63-76-88-100
Added to the OP
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Mirage 2000C:
0-3-6-13-25-39-52-65-77-88-1
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Mirage 2000C:
0-3-6-13-25-39-52-65-77-88-1
Added as well
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Old 02-05-2017, 10:30 PM   #9
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Is there any benefit to adjusting the curve using this method as opposed to just adding a dead zone at the top end of the curve to match the detent to mil power? Been using this method for years.

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thank you for this. it's really helped me out
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