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That too fast thing

Ed Cesnalis

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It looked like there was more going on than just fast on landing, like maybe a stuck throttle, it certainly wasn't at idle. Another thing is after he initially touched, he didn't decrease the angle of attack to keep it on the ground.

I have been teaching my oldest to fly in my dad's Taylorcraft. After learning normal 3 point landings we started working on wheel landings. It is hard to get used to pushing the stick forward after having it drilled in your head to get it all the way back. Throw in knowing when the wheels are about to touch, and the timing of moving the stick forward, and it just adds to the complexity.

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