Old 09-15-2014, 12:36 PM
Kevin Duncan
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The Stall Turn in this instance is an "upwind" maneuver and typically you want to stall INTO the wind. Therefore, you'll be turning in the direction that you entered the maneuver. It's always easier stalling into the wind.

If the wind changes 180 degrees since you took off, I suppose you would want to stall the other direction, and nothing in the description indicates that this would be a downgrade.
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