You can set the thrust idle point, which means that if you pull the levers back beyond that your get reverse thrust.
No Logitech makes a different Wheel for the Xbox 360, but that was the PS2 model by Logitech I researched and there are other models that maybe different. They do make an expensive PS3 model that can also be used on a PC called the Logitech G27 Racing Wheel
->Go to control panel. -->From there, click on programs. --->Uninstall programs. ---->Find your logitech software. ----->Click uninstall.
there is no thrust lake.
plug it into the usb port and it will be loaded
No. A thrust fault is a low-angle reverse fault.
This is called a reverse or thrust fault.
Reverse / thrust faults.
Thrust faults and reverse faults are essentially the same, the only difference being the angle: thrust faults have a shallow angle of 45 degrees or less from horizontal. Reverse (thrust) faults and folds usually indicate rock being compressed. In many cases folds develop along reverse faults as one fault block is dragged along another, with an anticline forming in the hanging wall.
Not in the conventional sense, but some turbine aircraft can reverse the propeller thrust while on the ground.
If you are at the the gates of an airport and you ready for pushback, press "Ctrl+P" to start the pushback and quickly select "1" or "2" to select the direction of the pushback. if you mean Reverse as in Reverse thrust once the aircraft has touched down, press and hold "F2" to activate reverse thrust.
Yes. Both thrust (reverse) and normal faults are dip-slip faults.
No. A thrust fault is a reverse fault with a dip angle of less than 45 degrees.
No, but they will require a much longer runway if they plan to land without thrust reversers.