Old 09-16-2014, 07:31 PM
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Into the wind tends to present better.

If your plane stalls naturally easier one way than the other (and you don't want to mess with trimming) then do the 1/4 roll so you're looking at either the top or bottom of your plane so you can stall turn into the wind in the direction your plane naturally wants to go. Sometimes you're stuck with the roll requirements which way your planes ends up but in a simple 1/4 roll up and down then you can decide whether you want to look at the top or bottom of your plane for the stall turn thereby always stalling into the wind and to the (plane's) left.

Sure it's a cheat to avoid some trimming, but you'll need to learn to fly an upline (and the odd stall turn) looking at the bottom of your plane one day

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