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Old 12-14-2016, 06:51 PM   #11
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Omg. Thanks for the heads up. Most of my vacation will be consumed by trying to get airborne!
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Nope... makes for a good leg workout
I suppose it wont be harder than 109 with unlocked tailwheel?
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I suppose it wont be harder than 109 with unlocked tailwheel?
Not harder, different if that makes sense, no toe brakes, you have to apply brakes, then rudder input will be used for brakes on each wheel. So its different feel you will have to get used to, if that makes sense.
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Like in the russian planes then

Can't wait till friday to try it out myself!
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Anyone else find themselves trying to look around the cockpit when watching that clip and wondering why their TrackIR wasn't working lol.

Nice work Wags

Thanks for posting.......great watch.
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Note the use of rudder in the landing. This is one thing that most pilots will need to get used to. You really need to get ahead of the aircraft with the rudder if you feel her starting to veer.
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Anyone else find themselves trying to look around the cockpit when watching that clip and wondering why their TrackIR wasn't working lol.

Nice work Wags

Thanks for posting.......great watch.
Ah, I forget to have the side-door down at the start of the lesson for you.
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Well Wags sure makes it look easy!

Here we go! Hope to do as well...
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Well Wags sure makes it look easy!

Here we go! Hope to do as well...
Note that I have had a Spitfire pilot coaching me the past few weeks
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