Stearman throws for control surfaces?

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    sebastian.popp
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    Hello to all Stearman pilots,
    can you give some hints on how to set up the rudder throws for the PT-17? Manual and videos are not speaking about this topic. The max. throw can be set as needed – I know. But it would help to at least know a rough start point for the airlerons differential deflection (I can’t find the right english word).

    Another point I would want to ask is the sink rate when cutting or almost cutting the throttle. Can it got down a nice “steep” angle without air brakes or is it a good idea to have a switch set to raise the ailerons for descent?

    The background is that I have to use a narrow road for takeoff and landing with even one traffic sign “in reach”. The better it’s controleable during landing, the higher the chance it will survive the first flight.

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    georgleblagden
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