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    Hi everybody

    Hi this is my first message, I am living in Italy, building a 737 cockpit with the use of PMsystems Phidgets I-O cards, Engravity Overhead etc. I am looking for the 737 ini file which enables to keep N value up to 20 when starting PMDG engines, Gert v.d. Winden said I would probably find some information on a forum, so here I am.
    Denis Hofman
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    Welcome to the party Denis!

    Another 737 builder. What am I to do?

    You guys are gonna put Flight Illusion out of business.
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    Hi Denis. I had this problem too. If you email PM support they will send you an updated PM systems file that fixes this problem.
    Nic D'Alessandro
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    Gert built one heck of a 737 throttle. I used many of his ideas for my 727 throttle.

    He would not release dementions, or electrical and mechanical details as he said he was trying to find someone to manufacture his design for retail sale.

    I understood that, but his pictures were worth more than probably the words.
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