Re: Elevator and T-Tail trim ?
Hi Calvin,toggle quoted message Show quoted text
Stick with both, safety (through redundancy) and performance benefits.
Looks like you did your homework and got there already?
One qualification........... make sure at a safe height and max speed that
BOTH the front trim wheel and T-Tail mechanics have sufficient friction to
avoid a big surprise in pitch when you least need it. Avoid accidental
lubrication or sloppiness developing in these systems and take all the
Imagine a low fast fly past when max speed and added turbulence contributes
to an aircraft pitch system slippage induced rapid unanticipated pitch
change for the fist time and you have no time to think what might be the
Then imagine the bad hair and knicker day that follows as the most
successful outcome possible
1000+safe hours XC and testing all Q variants.
On Mon, Jan 21, 2013 at 3:29 AM, jcrain2@... <jcrain2@...> wrote: