2014 Bristell crash, Lakeland Linder Rgnl (KLAL)

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Re: 2014 Bristell crash, Lakeland Linder Rgnl (KLAL)

Postby Scooper » Tue Dec 25, 2018 10:51 pm

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Re: 2014 Bristell crash, Lakeland Linder Rgnl (KLAL)

Postby akroguy » Tue Dec 25, 2018 11:12 pm

3Dreaming wrote:Something else to consider is the fact that Rotax engines change RPM almost instantly. Traditional aircraft engines are a slower to change RPM. So when you push the throttle forward you need to react much more quickly.


Yeah, this, big time. The vernier throttle in my Sportstar is remarkably responsive with the button pushed in and advanced fully! Basic airmanship is always fundamental. Coordinate the airplane in all attitudes at all times. Sad day for the family of the deceased. May he rest in peace.
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