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Message: FW: changes to contest rules - 300k adv. freestyle
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From: "Ronald Saglimbene" <6Sags at msn.com>
Date: Wed, 24 Apr 1996 10:17:53 UTC
---------- From: Ronald Saglimbene[FAX:+1 (201) 891-5273] Sent: To:iac at harten.cbu.edu. Subject:changes to contest rules - 300k adv. freestyle A 50k increase in the Advanced Freestyle isn''t hard to do. If you put rolls on ALL of your vertical lines- both up & down, you probably have it knocked already! If that dosn't work, take out the 90 degree turn and figure out another way to change direction with a higher k. Do multiples of rolls in opposite directions on a line.Don't waste time on a line without doing SOMETHING! Learn how to go OUTSIDE. Pushing into figures will add 50% to your choices of high k maneuvers. A Pitts S 1S or S2A should have no problems flying Advanced with 50k more or less. Pilots with these aircraft have always had to think harder about energy management when they design their freestyle. The real question isn't whether the airplanes are able to fly a 300k sequence. It's weather the pilots are willing to accept the challenge. That's what it's all about, isn't it????????