Hello.  I had some BUDS analysis done recently on my 915iS and it was showing that when my aircraft throttle was fully closed, it showed on the BUDS software as being Throttle at 25%.   Screenshot attached for reference.

Does this sound correct?  I understand the aircraft needs to have some idle RPM, but maybe Throttle at 0% means Idle?

Many thanks.


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  • Re: BUDS throttle position sensor query

    by » 10 months ago

    Its completely normal.  If you look into the ops manual you will see they want you to push the throttle to 50% +/- 5 for good starting performance also note this is about ~1cm in the manual so pretty dang close to the idle stop.  ALso if you go to full throttle it will read 100% before the butterfly valve on the throttle body is fully open.

    Thank you said by: Paul Setterfield

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