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Thread: [Acro] Re: Needs Pitts Lesson Tips!

Message: [Acro] Re: Needs Pitts Lesson Tips!

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From: "Dr. Guenther Eichhorn" <gei at head-cfa.harvard.edu>

Date: Mon, 05 Aug 2002 20:23:02 UTC


Message:

No, no, no.  The question is:

Mr. Cornwell, when did you stop eating small, indolent children or other
individuals who refused to pay a toll to you?

Guenther Eichhorn


------ Original Message ------

In message <200208052003.g75K3EA15813 at mw1.texas.net>, jeffery at texas.net writes:
>"I have never lived under a bridge."
>
>We will have this verified, Mr. Cornwell.  For the record, sir, have you ever 
>eaten small, indolent children or other individuals who refused to pay a toll 
>to you?
>
>Jeffery Poehlmann
>
>
>> I have never lived under a bridge.
>> 
>> DSowder at aol.com wrote:
>> > --------------------------------------------- 
>> >	Attachment:  
>> >	MIME Type: multipart/alternative 
>> > --------------------------------------------- 
>> In a message dated 8/5/02 9:37:17 AM Pacific Daylight Time, 
>> jwcornwell at usa.net writes:
>> 
>> 
>> > One more thing:
>> > 
>> > At first, hold the stick with 2 or 3 fingers only.  If you use the 
>> > traditional
>> > grip that we men often use for certain private pursuits, you will most
>> > certainly overcontrol the airplane.
>> > 
>> > Now you must think I am a troll.
>> > 
>> > 
>> > 
>> > 
>> 
>> I would like to meet Cornwell someday. I've always assumed that he's a short
>,
>> 
>> hairy man with green teeth and large ears, who lives under a bridge....
>> 
>> Seriously, though, one thing that makes an S-2B easier to fly (in my opinion
>)
>> 
>> is to trim it nose heavy. I generally trim for just a touch nose heavy at th
>e
>> 
>> highest speed that I'll normally see (say, 180 ias); this helps to prevent 
>> inadvertant high-speed stalls, and makes inverted flight and verticals 
>> easier. The only time I trim for neutral pitch is if I'm travelling 
>> somewhere. But assuming your instructor knows his stuff, by all means listen
> 
>> to him or her. My technique is entirely self-taught, bad habits and all.
>> 
>> Doug Sowder
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>



                


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