Wednesday 19 June 2013 04:55 UTC
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Hello, I'm doing some research into stunt flying more than normal aviation and wondered if you could help me out on something.
This link contains a stunt of some sort but I am unsure as to what it is - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGp646jO ... r_embedded
I know it's one of these six, so if someone could help me out I'd be extremely grateful!
Crossover to inverted spin, Centrifuge reverse roll-out, Lomcevak, Corkscrew twist, knife edge spin up, Twisting hammer in upright accelerated spin.
Hello and welcome.
I can't help, but would just like to suggest that the next thread you start has a slightly more helpful title.
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Just rolls to the right on the way up (barelled...deliberately?), reversed to left-hand roll as speed decays which becomes a torque roll as the plane starts to descend backwards while still rolling followed by falling out of the torque roll which makes it look like a tail slide (the aircraft is already going backwards).
Flintstone: Because a thread title like "Aerobatics question" would elicit a better response than "Question", perchance?
FlyerN: welcome to this site, but I would suggest that no-one here flies "stunts" at all. They went away in the 1920's back in the barnstormer days.
I'd suggest a quick thread title change (use the edit function), and then you might get some responses from qualified aerobatic pilots, rather than old fuddy-duddies like me.
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