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|03-06-2013, 05:12 PM||#1|
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Club: South Bend RC Club
Spiral of Death
Rockin Robbins mentioned to me that the T6 Texan I am going to build was anything but a beginners plane, and that it had a tendancy to stall and go into the Death Spiral.
I will be a much better pilot by the time I fly the Texan, but.
I watched a bunch of videos on youtube yesterday about T6 Texans, and Many of them showed the Stall then Spiral.
Most of these were high enough that they surely would have been able to recover had they done the right thing...
How DO you recover from this spiral of death?
here is a prime example
I think this guy was using too much rudder.
how would he recovered? about 5:40 in
here is one that probably didn't have enough time. But I am wondering. Would a little washout in the wing help on this?
This guy stalled dived and could never come out of it? What did he do wrong? 3:40 or thereabouts
ground loop: at 3:40
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