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yeah, never pull if you are in a low inverted flat spin. Ask me how my SHowflyer and me know. :oops:
 
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Yes,this is true but only sometimes
my omp edge is so tailheavy that when inverted you have to pull to maintain level flight!
 

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Maybe I have been awake too long, but is there something different about Ulf ? hehe... Check out that avitar.....
 

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Yah... well. It doesn't strip.

Nice vibes though
 

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Maybe I have been awake too long, but is there something different about Ulf ? hehe... Check out that avitar.....
hehehehe you like it ? She got a nice little bootie :wink:
 

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Heeee, I remember the first time I flew the whole flight inverted. Rolled upright and went to land. I was so used to flying upside-down that when I went to flare I pushed..... Splat. Wasn't too bad a fix. Good for a laugh now. Oh, another good one is the first time I was doing REALLLY low inverted passes. When I started getting really low I started to push it and went all the way to the ground. The glow plug and engine head along with the rudder make great brakes :p . Only the tail isn't meant for that, so it departed the plane. :twisted: Fun day though :D
 

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A Great Planes Gee Bee Profile lands very well inverted, even at high speed, you may break a prop, but thats probably all. How do you think I figured that out?
 
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