I only blip the throttle if the nose drops... otherwise I only add throttle to maintain the high alpha angle of attack and altitude.
Any way you could program that for my thumbs?steener said:You know what a harrier is right? OK good. A rolling harrier is a harrier while rolling the plane with the ailerons. You need to keep in sync with right rudder, down elevator, left rudder, up elevator, etc. to keep the high AOA when rolling CCW. Hope this helps.
You're adjusting ALL 4 controls all the time if you want to keep nose angle, altitude and roll rate constant. In constant wind and direction, you can get a rhythm going, but if you're not careful, you'll rely on the timing of the motions, and it won't be right if you start to steer around in circles or squares or whatever patterns you like -- even Loops.3d-aholic said:Does the amount of rudder necessary just vary or do it just make it look better...?
Sounds good, now print your instructions out and tape it to your tx. If you ever get crossed up, just look down at your instructions to get lined out.3d-aholic said:So your hovering with up stick, you add left aileron, add right rudder, while removing up stick through neutral, remove right rudder through neutral while adding down elevator, remove down elevator through neutral while adding left rudder and remove left rudder while adding back up elevator....repeat right?
Or is this all wet?
Maybe, the best way to learn this to do an upright hover, turn it into a knife edge hover, then an inverted hover, then a knife edge hover and then increase the speed?
That must mean you have lots of foamies, supposedly those are the best 3D trainers there are ?I 've been spending all my cash on Lithium packs, which leaves little for a sim