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  1. Hi, 30 hour casual helicopter student here. Training in the R44 Raven 1. Working full time so I fly maybe about 10 hours per month. I am at 180 degree auto rotations but am having problems with the last 20% of the maneuver, which is the flare part. My airspeed and RPM control throughout is usually pretty good +/- 2%, +/- 5 knots, (101% & 70 KIAS) but when it comes time to flare I am either doing too much too soon, or not pitching up enough soon enough in the last part of the full flare which makes my instructors really nervous. I can almost never seem to get that perfect flare tim
  2. I am interested in knowing which countries around the world require touch-down autorotation training versus power-recovery-only training and for which license levels. Hopefully this forum is used internationally. I am assuming that SOME form of autortation training is required everywhere. I can imagine that some countries only require power-recovery until you get to a certain level at which point full-touch-down may be required. I can also imagine that military requirements differ from civil requirements. I am less concerned about answers for the military but it would be good informati
  3. I would like to introduce , my own designed turbocharged intercooled altitude compensation system, on my Rotorway with its incredible performance My helicopter and engine has been completely redesigned to improve the marginal power and reliability of Rotorway. Please watch my short video : Arthur's High Altitude Turbocharged Rotorway. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IC5Ow1wrB8 Please also watch : Arthur's Turbocharged X Country Rotorway https://www.youtube.com/watch/v=GbQpDFKZ5Rw Thanks for watching : A proud Rotorway owner
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