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  1. He says opposite aileron first then he says opposite rudder. Probably should proof better don’t you think?

  2. You are correct unnamed person, I do say opposite ailerons first and then opposite rudder in another clip. The direction of the aileron input is of course determined by what wing tip drops first when the plane stalls, you will then apply the appropriate aileron to keep the plane rolling in that direction. From there you will apply opposite rudder of the ailerons. That is a good catch and I’m glad you are watching the videos that closely, I will try to do a better job in my editing next time. Enjoy.

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