206WRESTLER Posted May 2, 2010 Report Share Posted May 2, 2010 I wanted to get your guys's experienced views on this, as i had a situation the other day which i thought would be a good discussion topic, and help with a relatively low timer like me. OK so i landed on a peak with a fairly strong wind and had to shut down. The tail was hanging off the back of the cliff, with the wind coming straight up the mountain and over the aircraft's nose. The aircraft ( 206 ) was sitting slightly nose up and while shutting down i got into thinking about excessive flapping and tail boom strike. Also because of the wind, the rotors kept on turning for ever ( No rotor brake installed ) What actions/control inputs would you recommend, upon engine shutdown, to help when shutting down in this type of situation??? Thanks in Advance. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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