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aircraft:robinson_r22_helicopter [2019/01/17 20:39]
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aircraft:robinson_r22_helicopter [2019/04/14 12:43]
jh [Flying With Assistance]
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-**Unchecked box** - Suitable more for novice helicopter pilots. This mode will provide you a more stable flight ​+**Unchecked box** - Suitable more for novice helicopter pilots. This mode will provide you a more stable flight ​assisted by an artificial flight controller.
  
 **Checked box** - Suitable more for advanced pilots that want a more realistic flight experience. The use of rudder pedals or a rudder control is highly recommended to use this mode. **Checked box** - Suitable more for advanced pilots that want a more realistic flight experience. The use of rudder pedals or a rudder control is highly recommended to use this mode.
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    * To fly forward simply push forward on the cyclic, your nose will lower. Whenever you make changes to the cyclic you should also make slight adjustments to the collective to maintain level flight. So flying forward will bleed some airspeed causing you to lost altitude to you need to compensate with more collective.    * To fly forward simply push forward on the cyclic, your nose will lower. Whenever you make changes to the cyclic you should also make slight adjustments to the collective to maintain level flight. So flying forward will bleed some airspeed causing you to lost altitude to you need to compensate with more collective.
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