Low G - A New Perspective

Simon Spencer-Bower is the world’s highest time Robinson R22 pilot and a safety-award-winning flight instructor. He offers a new perspective on the dreaded phenomenon of low-g “mast bumping” that can affect two-bladed helicopters with teetering rotors. Have we been wrong about it for years?

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