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    Thrust Lever Markings Question

    Hi!
    I have a 'strange' question. I am about to fix my thrust lever markings on my throttle from FDS. What I am not too sure about is exactly where they are located in reference to the thrust levers. TOGA, FLX MCT and CL have small 'arrows' indicating if the throttle is in that position. But where exactly does it match up on the thrust lever?

    I hope ypu understand my question

    Al the best,

    Darren

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    Hey Darren,

    What you mean?? Like what percentage of EPR or N1 is in regard to the lever position?? Donīt quite understand the question??

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    Roberto

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    It's difficult to explain without a photo. I am talking about the actual thrust lever housing. It has markings which are TOGA, FLX MCT, CL, 0 and REV. In the middle between the two thrust levers there are markings ranging from 0 to 45.

    Is this clearer?

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    Gooday Darren, Try this site, should help. I think that is what you are looking for,
    Regards..................Brian W.
    http://www.simpit.de/a320dim/page_05.htm

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    Perfect! Thank you. I never realised that there was a line drawn on the side of the thrust lever to show its position.
    Once again, thank you.
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    Oh Ok now I get you!! Oh well Iīm glad Brian was able to help!!! Thanks Brian.

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    Thanks Roberto

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