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anyone know the name of the addon to fix this, or any other updates to make p3d v3 better? thanks


I think you need to explain yourself more clearly. P3D includes all sorts of user options for throttle, but there is nothing that needs `fixing`.


Please explain what the problem is, what you have done to research and solve it and what hardware you are running that requires such a solution?


If all you are looking for is a wider range of options then perhaps you are thinking of FSUIPC.


The key update to make P3D better is a faster computer and matched graphic card, professional grade hardware such as yokes and joysticks, rudder pedals and throttle assemblies.

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You can map your throttles in FSUIPC, the latest version is available here:




There are plenty of add-ons which work with P3D v3, whether they improve it is a matter of opinion :rolleyes: but what did you have in mind exactly?

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I don't see the problem. By default, if all you have is ONE throttle, P3D will map all engines to that throttle. If you want to control an individual engine you just press E1 or E2, etc. This has been default behavior in FSX and P3D.


So nothing needs "fixing".



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