Why PILOT PUT TWO HANDS on throtle ?

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Unread post24 Jun 2019, 21:01

I n this video during PEDAL TURN https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JP0TDw0m7Nc
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Unread post24 Jun 2019, 21:33

Two hands on the stick.

Dojo explains it here, in the commentary video:

viewtopic.php?f=22&t=24622&start=1350

Basically, making sure he has full deflection.
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Unread post24 Jun 2019, 21:33

Is this the moment meant? OOPs I see 'krovik' has given similar answer & correction and reference to explanation video.

F-35 Demo Maneuvers the Pilot Explains Pedal Turn & Dojo Drift https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xcYA1qs6jsc

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Unread post24 Jun 2019, 22:43

Thanks to all,I believed that way it was safer for him to not get easy on stick and that way could not do maneuver.
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Unread post25 Jun 2019, 01:49

Perhaps if you expanded on 'your belief' I can understand what that belief is please. Perhaps others can explain 'belief'?

'QS' speculation: viewtopic.php?f=22&t=24622&p=420717&hilit=speculation#p420717
'QS': "My speculation is that anything less than X amount of side-force opposite the commanded yaw would result in more proverse roll, thereby detracting from the appearance of the intended maneuver."


Another view of 2 hander from AVIATIONIST on AIRSHOW thread: download/file.php?id=30582

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Unread post25 Jun 2019, 11:49

My initial thought when this thread started. Was they they needed two hands to help sustain the variable stick feedback pressure. Thinking, it may be reduced in the FCS next update. Turns out it's just to make sure the stick is back. :doh:
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Unread post25 Jun 2019, 22:30

optimist wrote:My initial thought when this thread started. Was they they needed two hands to help sustain the variable stick feedback pressure. Thinking, it may be reduced in the FCS next update. Turns out it's just to make sure the stick is back. :doh:

But if the speed and G's is low no need to forcely pull with both hands
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Unread post25 Jun 2019, 22:41

it's not about force, it's about being confident that the stick is at 100% deflection commanding max AoA.
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Unread post25 Jun 2019, 22:42

saberrider wrote:
optimist wrote:My initial thought when this thread started. Was they they needed two hands to help sustain the variable stick feedback pressure. Thinking, it may be reduced in the FCS next update. Turns out it's just to make sure the stick is back. :doh:

But if the speed and G's is low no need to forcely pull with both hands

Really you should take your complaint up with the pilot - he must be reachable - even at airshows. Tell him he is an fwit.
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