The T210 comes with an automatic turbo wastegate. It means that when you set the throttle to specific MAP value, that value is kept constant by the turbo system.
You won’t need to adjust the throttle while climbing, descending or changin the RPMs.
You can see the automatic wastegate at work if you abruptly change the RPMs. Changing the RPMs will make the MAP rise/decrease for a while then it settles back where it was.
A side effect is in the fuel flows. When you decrease the RPMs you will see the fuel flows decreasing as well and vice versa.
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Why the T210 Centurion keeps the MAP constant when I change RPMs?