In this video we examine the key control inputs in executing the three-turn negative spin. Because this is a negative spin you will bring the plane into the maneuver inverted at a fairly high altitude. You then decrease throttle and add enough elevator to maintain altitude so the plane stalls. Although it looks hard, you will soon see just how easy it is to do. The right aircraft setup and flight modes will definitely help, and for more tips be sure to check out John Glezellis’s “Aerobatics Made Easy” column in the November 2012 issue of Electric Flight.
Aug 02, 2012 3 Comments