xSniper1982 Posted March 26, 2016 Share Posted March 26, 2016 Video link to show the flight. After taking some pretty heavy damage during a slightly bumpy landing, I repair the Hummigbird and return it to base.I'm posting this up as I think most Pilots should start trying to learn this stuff.The Anti-torque was still damaged after repair (as is usual) and so the Helo continuously spun to the right when raising the collective (increasing throttle/power/upward lift), to counter that I had to use constant left pedal (left rudder/yaw) until I was able to gain enough momentum (Forward velocity) by pitching the nose down (pointing down/tilting forward).This stablised the aircraft enough to fly back to base, and then it was all about repeating those steps to keep it going to where I wanted on the pad as my velocity/speed dropped below around 100kmph.1. Left Pedal during lift 2. pitch nose forward 3. fly straight until deceleration 4. apply left pedal during decent This is as simple as I can make it sound. Hopefully other, more experienced, pilots will be able to offer better/more advice as needed. slick, zissou, Shadow and 2 others 5 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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