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The rolling corkscrew

Discussion in 'How To- 3D Flying and Aerobatics Flying' started by Tomcats3DRC, May 17, 2015.

  1. Tomcats3DRC

    Tomcats3DRC 30cc

    This maneuver is a combination of doing a rolling harrier and a corkscrew. The throttle used varies on which plane you use but on most it's 100%. You enter it by gaining altitude and pointing the nose straight down. You start rolling as soon as the nose is pointing down, then you start doing rolling harriers in a circle. You try to keep the nose at a 145 degree angle towards the ground as the plane is rotating around the center point in the shape of a corkscrew. In this video at 20 seconds I demonstrate the rolling corkscrew:


    If this doesn't work, you can also find the video at wcolby1's youtube channel under Precision Aerobatics Katana MX.

    I used the Precision Aerobatics Katana MX for this video.

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