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  • Hotleadcoldfeet

    A Camel in Motion

    That was mind-blowing! Watching that really made me feel how basic the components were for those planes. Just wood, metal, and wires. And yet, like FourSpeed mentioned, what made it mind-boggling i...
    Posted by Hotleadcoldfeet 1 day ago
  • Hotleadcoldfeet

    JG1_Hotlead's official Twitch Stream thread!

    Salute all! Sorry about getting the stream posted up late; here it is:https://www.twitch.tv/videos/399157460Started out last Thursday by gunning for JG1_Jocassee and then flying a rather uneventful...
    Posted by Hotleadcoldfeet 1 day ago
  • -NW-Jarvis

    A Camel in Motion

    Wow, that's pretty much amazing, Scud.This video would have been beyond tedious to make. Nick Park's, Wallace and Gromit movies come to mind for the pure craziness devoted to stop animation.Thanks ...
    Posted by -NW-Jarvis 4 days ago

SPINS - SOPWITH CAMEL

Video demonstrating how to enter right and left hand spins as well both spin recovery techniques required for the Sopwith Camel in Rise of Flight.

The right hand spin recovery is the standard for a spin, however due to the flight model the Sopwith Camel requires a special recovery for a left hand spin. The Sopwith Camel requires two different spin recover techniques.


Spin Entry Procedure:
1. Increase and maintain pitch attitude ti induce a stall
2. Apply rudder in desired direction of spin

Note: The Sopwith Camel requires two different spin recover techniques
(until the flight model is fixed)

Sopwith Camel Right Hand Spin Recovery:

1. Throttle to idle
2. Stick forward to pitch nose down
3. full left rudder

(demonstration)

Sopwith Camel Left Hand Spin Recovery:

1. Throttle to idle
2. Rock the stick back and forth to get the nose down
3. Full right rudder

(demonstration)

You need to be careful with pulling out of spins, because if you pull our of then too tightly, you will enter another spin.


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