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Old 19 March 2003, 12:16   #11
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What every body says in this thread is very wise and correct. However, what you do not say is HOW you attempt to make a tight turn. If you have full power and (even) just a bit of trim or even no trim and attempt a sharp turn the engine prop will cavitate.
Your best bet is to follow Julian's instructions, see what happens and tell us about it.
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Old 19 March 2003, 13:49   #13
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JW any further suggestions to avoid this effect and learn something more are very wellcome!!
I seriously mean that!!
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