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Rolling harrier spin

Discussion in 'Giant / Scale RC General Discussions' started by BikeRacer, Aug 27, 2014.

   
  1. Alright guys, I saw Bonedoc's video on this, but I can't seem to figure this maneuver out. Has anyone been able to do this with with any succession or have any tips? I'm flying a 107" pilot extra. Probably about 45° or so of each throw. My guess is I just need to practice it more and just get the inputs down.
     
  2. 3D-Joy

    3D-Joy 50cc

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    My experience on that particular maneuver is somewhat limited in that I cannot do it 100% consistently but I got it down quite a few times so I'll do my best at sharing what works for me.

    You obviously do the same inputs are a rolling harrier.

    On my plane I saw that I needed to use 100% throw unlike a standard rolling harrier where I would not necessarily use all I can get.

    I also noticed that the roll rate is typically faster in the rolling harrier spin than in the rolling harrier so you really have to work out the sequence that much faster to get results. This is where I still need to burn some gas to really get this one down.



    I hope this makes sense.
     
  3. bigblueswope

    bigblueswope 100cc

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    BR,



    Can you include the link to the video please?
     
  4. Yakman

    Yakman 70cc twin V2

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    Thanks for the video, that spin looks great. Another to learn.
     
  5. bigblueswope

    bigblueswope 100cc

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    Thanks Racer.
     
  6. stangflyer

    stangflyer I like 'em "BIG"!

    Wow....that is so awesome. Definitely would be great to master that move.
     
  7. Ohio AV8TOR

    Ohio AV8TOR Guest

  8. stangflyer

    stangflyer I like 'em "BIG"!



    What flight sym is he using? Do you happen to know?
     
  9. Yakman

    Yakman 70cc twin V2

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    Thanks for that tutorial link, it lead to some other neat moves.
     
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