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Posted by pittsartist | 01-31-2016 @ 03:06 PM | 16,192 Views
I've been trying to improve my flick roll technique of late. Every so often I hit a good one - but it's not consistent. Soooo, I've made a little film to help reinforce what it should look like to help me remember.

The current "recipe" is

-Set full power and climb 45 deg to drop airspeed to 85mph
-Level off and allow to accelerate to 100mph
-Rapid tug of up elevator to give about 2.5g,
-At the exact moment the G peaks bang in about 70% left rudder
-When the aeroplane "breaks" Unload to 80% fwd stick / 70% left aileron
-Keep the rudder in until 3/4 complete (I often fail here !)
-Change feet, then , a little more fwd stick (like a mini punch) then back to neutral to stop

This is what it looks like. (still slightly over rotated and a slight L/H heading change - but at least there's a fair "snap" to the rotation)


Flickroll Analysis (0 min 42 sec)

Posted by pittsartist | 01-04-2016 @ 12:59 PM | 13,155 Views
http://www.flickr.com/photos/1154701...posted-public/


Actually, Not. (The photo's upside down)

Quite a good optical illusion though methinks