Inverted Harrier Into a Torque Roll

Mar 31, 2014 2 Comments by

Here’s a really fun maneuver that’s generally performed low to the ground.  After all, aerobatic pilots enjoy the adrenaline rush of performing close to the ground and in this maneuver you get the added rush of performing it inverted.  Jason Benson will give you the walkthrough on performing the inverted harrier into a torque roll. With these tips and with a fair amount practice on your part, you’ll be performing this maneuver low to the ground before you know it.

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2 Responses to “Inverted Harrier Into a Torque Roll”

  1. Alessandro says:

    I’m looking forward to see this video!
    Nota sure if my browser is failing (Android Dolphin ), bit I’m unable to see anything but the short text and photo.

  2. Fastcarbs.com says:

    Excellent Information! Very easy to understand. Thank you.

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