Pds314 Posted October 21, 2019 Share Posted October 21, 2019 18 minutes ago, Alioth81 said: It could be related to the fact that if you limit steering at higher speeds it will extrapolate further if you are above max speed. E.g. in a dive. So it could be that it only has 0.1 input left and crashes. Also if it is under fire it will do a bit of rolling and sometimes forgets to pull up. Maybe the adjusted steer limiter should not go below that limit? Although the trainer is not very agile at low speeds it can pull a lot of Gs at high speeds (and bleeds the speed quickly). Therefore if a fast plane with good energy retention follows it can get GLOC very quickly. BAD-T V: The GLOCening. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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