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Model pulls up and executes the loop. The loop should be completely round.
Try using full throttle to enter the loop easing off the power as the model enters inverted at the top of the loop, then reduce power to idle on as the model descends on the exit, returning throttle to normal as the model returns to level flight.
Stall Turn (Hammerhead)
Model executes one-quarter (1/4) loop to a vertical track, performs a stall turn through 180 degrees, then recovers with another one-quarter (1/4) loop to level flight in the direction.
Starting from level flight (with wings level) pull up elevator and apply full throttle (1/4 loop) into vertical flight, gain some height.
Throttle back to just above idle, as model slows apply full rudder, watch model as it stalls (falls onto its side) centralise rudder and model should stall into a dive.
Exit by pulling up elevator (1/4 loop) at the same altitude as the entry applying throttle to maintain normal level flight.
Model rolls at a uniform rate through one (1) revolution in either direction. Centre is inverted portion of manoeuvre.
From level flight apply less than full aileron give a slow roll rate, maintain a constant roll rate.
As the plane approaches inverted, apply a little down elevator - just a short pulse of down. This will compensate for the nose drop due to loss of lift. The amount of down required and the timing will take lots of practice to perfect.
Continue to roll through 360 degrees at the same constant roll rate.
Stop the roll immediately at the completion of the manoeuvre by applying opposite aileron.
Model pulls up and executes five-eighths (5/8) inside loop to 45 degrees, hesitates, does one-half (1/2) roll, hesitates, then performs one-eight (1/8) inside loop back to level flight in the opposite direction as entry.
Apply up elevator and throttle to make the plane fly a constant radius 5/8th inside loop to a 45 degree inverted dive. You will need to add down elevator and reduce throttle at the completion of the loop to maintain the 45 degree down line.
Fly a straight line in a 45 degree inverted dive.
Apply aileron to execute a one-half roll to upright flight.
Fly a straight line. This line is still on the same 45 degree down line.
Apply up elevator to execute a one-eights (1/8) inside loop and return throttle to normal for a level upright flight.
The model starts the Immelman flying straight and level, pulls up into one-half (1/2) loop immediately followed by one-half (1/2) roll and finishes flying straight and level and exactly 180 degrees from the heading at entry.
Apply up elevator and throttle to make the plane fly a constant radius 1/2 inside loop to inverted flight.
At the top of the 1/2 loop apply aileron to execute a one-half roll to upright flight returning throttle for normal level flight.
Model performs one-half (1/2) roll in level flight then immediately executes one-half inside loop to level flight in opposite direction as entry.
Enter from straight and level flight, apply aileron to roll the model 180 degrees to level inverted flight.
Reduce throttle and allow gravity to start the loop for you (resist the temptation to add up elevator yet).
Gently add up elevator during the first quarter loop reducing throttle to idle, maximum up elevator will be needed when the aircraft is pointing straight down.
Gently reduce up elevator during the last quarter of the loop.
Recover to straight and level flight and increase throttle.