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    rolling circles

    hay mike ,,,can you give me the basics on learning rolling circles all my 3-d is coming along except,, this one trouble area ,,,,,,,,,,,,thanks

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    RE: rolling circles

    be good at slow rolls
    smooth as silk!

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    RE: rolling circles

    Learning rudder input on slow rolls is the first step. When you say rolling circles do you mean precieion rollers or rolling harrier circles, ie 3D stuff?
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    RE: rolling circles

    THANKS FOR RESPONDING ,MOSTLY HARRIER ROLLING CIRCLES ,I CAN HARRIER WELL INVERTED ALL THE WAY TO THE DECK BUT IN NORMAL FLIGHT I SEEM TO HAVE LESS CONTOL

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    RE: rolling circles

    Harrier rollers are a lot easier than precision rollers. Same principal, learn correct top rudder inputs first. Then change the timing of the rudder and elevator inputs to turn the model's direction as well as hold the nose up. If rolling inside (roll right, turning right) the inputs are slightly later than the would be to roll in a straight line. If rolling outside they are slightly earlier.
    Mike McConville
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    RE: rolling circles

    THANKS MIKE ,SO NOT TO WASTE YOU TIME CAN YOU TELL ME IS THERE ANY VIDS OUT THAT CAN HELP ME ALONG THE WAY THANKS

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    RE: rolling circles

    None that come to mind. If I think of any I'll post it here. Anyone else have any suggestions?
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    RE: rolling circles

    TEAM FLYING CIRKUS HAS VIDEOS THAT COVER THIS.
    WWW.TEAMFLYINGCIRKUS.COM

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    RE: rolling circles

    thanks man, it must be in the forums ,,,no vids that i can see

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    RE: rolling circles

    You have to be a member and they are under media.
    I believe they call it 3d university.

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    RE: rolling circles

    i 2 have seen them on the f lying g iants
    smooth as silk!


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