I have a love hate relationship with graphic equalizers. Long story. Use this handy FlightOne tool to quickly calculate the values for your throttle curve. Set your FlightOne throttle cap using this tool instead of a calculator.
There are two calculation options. Linear and custom. Using linear will always apply your max throttle to a linear curve. The custom option will use whatever values are set in the interface to calculate a new throttle curve based on your max throttle. Essentially it translates your flightone throttle expo up or down without loosing the shape.
The calculations can be copy and pasted into the FlightOne CLI, or simply duplicated in the FlightOne Configurator.
Try My Curve!!
Here is the curve I am flying presently. This FlightOne setup smooths out the cruise throttle a bit and limits the max to 76 percent. Easing into the turns is like butter and the throttle resolution is very good for tight tracks. I usually just bump up my FlightOne throttle cap based on the track, topping out at 85 percent. But that's just me, I fly efficient fast!
- Paste and apply your CLI throttlecurve command for quick ease of use
- Bookmark your results to save your configuration for later quick access, like at a race
- Don't sweat the rounding, FlightOne rounds down on the 5, I followed suit in order to more closely match FlightOne's whole number rounding
- Always fly your curve before using this tool, this tool is meant to allow you to translate your flight tested throttle curve up and down based on a new throttle cap
- Once you go custom, don't go back to linear or you will loose your values
- Custom curves with storage
- Throttle mid calculations
- Graphical representation