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 What is the best Pitch Angles for a novice?

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Kelpy

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PostSubject: What is the best Pitch Angles for a novice?   Fri Nov 06, 2009 8:32 am

Just showing my lack of experience, really orange78

What would be the best pitch angles to start with?

I currently have

Normal - -1, 0, +9
Idle up - -9, 0, +9 ( I must have done something right ! )

What do you think, or should the Normal negative pitch be greater?
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PostSubject: Looks good!   Fri Nov 06, 2009 9:48 am

I usually shoot for those kind of numbers. Maybe 10 instead of 9s but you probably will not notice a difference like that.

I would suggest staying out of Idle Up for a while. The negative pitch in idle up can get you into trouble while you are learning as when things go bad usually we dump the throttle. With all that negative pitch in Idle Up, when you dump the throttle it will try and dig a hole in the ground not just come down.

FWIW, Good Luck and keep the questions coming! :bigthumb:
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Kelpy

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PostSubject: Re: What is the best Pitch Angles for a novice?   Fri Nov 06, 2009 12:38 pm

Many thanks for that.

I presumed it should be about right, but didn't know whether the ES600 had some differences.

Idle Up? Don't think so :crylaugh: I haven't even tried it on my Belt yet.

I think I'm too old to become the next Alan Szabo or Justin Chi orange43 .
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