Aerobatics Made Easy: Negative snap from an inverted climb

Apr 18, 2012 No Comments by

This is the second maneuver of the 2012 IMAC Advanced routine.  It requires the pilot to enter from an inverted flight and push to establish a 45-degree climb then perform 1 ½ negative snaps. After the snap, maintain straight, upright line segment, then pull to exit and establish a level inverted flight.  Hear what Jason Benson has to say about this maneuver and see it in action.

 

John Reid

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