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Conversion to Type Technical

Suid Afrika

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Good day fellow cub drivers!

I'm not sure how the system in other countries work, but in South Africa one has to do a conversion on to each end every type of aircraft with an instructor consisting of touch and goes, glides, forced lobs, stalls, steep turns, ect. Also this includes a written open book exam on the aircraft technical on the systems and limitations. The single engine piston technical is fairly universal, but I was wondering weather maybe someone already has a nice set of questions on the J-3?

Thanks!

Regards

Alewyn
 

Suid Afrika

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Forced lob is just slang for flying along and then you just without warning close the power to idle(simulating a engine failure) , find a field to land and the at 50 feet do a go around
 
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