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Old 04-02-2014, 12:12 PM   #1
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Old 04-02-2014, 01:34 PM   #2
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Great! Thank you!!
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Re: 2014 sequence videos

Good for you Steve - those should help the new folks get the idea. Draw nice big lines and slow down. As Jim said in the other thread it is not a Red Bull Air Race - most new IMAC pilots fly too fast, we all learn to slow down.

Folks with smaller nitro planes generally cannot draw as big a vertical line as the gassers but should still try to draw nice lines and keep the wings level as much as possible between maneuvers, wind correct with rudder.

I just want to emphasize on the last maneuver, the spin, the plane needs to slow right down and stall and not be "flown into". Hard to see with the camera shaking a bit.

Overall though these are really good and should help folks get the idea of what the sequence looks like.

Whether you fly left to right or right to left is totally up to the pilot but is usually governed by wind direction - in particular the spin / stall direction - much easier to do flying into the wind.
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Old 04-02-2014, 03:18 PM   #4
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Re: 2014 sequence videos

Bill not entirely true about smaller planes, one year in basics the electric chipmunks did a great job of first and second places. But I do agree with drawing the lines, 45 lines sound simple but a lot of fliers struggle on them. also
down lines draw the line do not pull out too quickly.
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Re: 2014 sequence videos

Nice to have the visual!! Thanks for posting these.

Now if the snow would go I could maybe start practicing!!!
Did you see that........I actually meant to do that...
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