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Just ordered the throttle, watched Redkite’s YouTube review which explained there is a button function for engine shutdown, but no function for rolling out of shutdown to idle detent. My question for those who have the throttle, during the engine startup in the Hornet, when you physically move the throttle from shutdown to idle detent, does the in-sim throttle do the same, or must you assign a keyboard binding? Thanks.


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It behaves exactly like the tm warthog, the idle detents are really each a button push. You assign the idle/off function to each. The in sim throttle acts accordingly just make sure you set afterburner detent to always off, as they are NOT recognized as button pushes, just the idle detent itself, hence behaves just like the Tm warthog...except WAYY better IMO. Hope this helps

 

Edit: yes you physically move the throttle during startup/shutdown just to be clear

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Just ordered the throttle, watched Redkite’s YouTube review which explained there is a button function for engine shutdown, but no function for rolling out of shutdown to idle detent. My question for those who have the throttle, during the engine startup in the Hornet, when you physically move the throttle from shutdown to idle detent, does the in-sim throttle do the same, or must you assign a keyboard binding? Thanks.

 

 

You assign the left throttle and right throttle to their respective Idle Cutoff bindings in DCS!

 

 

 

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