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Also note idle RPM is different between airborne and on the ground.

 

The actual Hornet's throttles have a physical lock which prevents them being reduced to ground idle while in flight.

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On 6/7/2021 at 7:51 PM, kingtintony said:

Engine RPM is 64, if that's what you mean.

ok, mine is 70% on idle, bit high. Hmm how to change that

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If you are using the physical detents then when you move the throttle beyond the detent you are indeed moving the throttle forward. What needs to be done is reset idle up to that new physical position. This is done by setting a dead zone of say 10% so while moving the throttle past the physical detent the  throttle doesn't really increase. You'll have to play with it a little to get it just right. 

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