|Quoting Jawed (Thread starter):|
does that mean that the left engine was giving more thrust during this flight?
|Quoting Kaddyuk (Reply 2):|
Throttle Stagger shouldn't occour on the B767 because it has FADEC
|Quoting MD11Fanatic (Reply 7):|
What about the altimeters? The primary and backup altimeters have the same barometer setting but they're separated by 300 ft. What gives?
|Quoting 113312 (Reply 9):|
The standby barometric altimeter is 300 feet higher than the captains indicator. However, this is also common. The Captain and First Officer altimeters are driven from their respective Air Data Computers and are highly accurrate. This degree of difference is common at that altitude.
|Quoting Zvocio79 (Reply 13):|
different part number............just kidding.........perhaps the triming.........look on eicas, the thrust ratin seems ot be the same for both
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