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Old Jul 16, 2011, 09:31 AM
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My SBXC save a glider technique is crow and the right stick in a lower corner. This works well if you don't delay too long.

Because of the flap hinging method on the MXC not alot of deflection is possible. For me it's 40 deg. max and usually settle on less to keep servo draw to a minimum.

Crow or full flaps and right stick in a corner will result in a spiral dive with VNE exceeded in a few seconds.Simply pulling right stick back and looping has worked dozens of times for me. Again not waiting too long is the key.

To become comfortable with any technique practice at your home field or before going on course.

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