The Moonwalk: Flying the airplane backwards while
in a horizontal line.
The Suicide Slide: Bringing the airplane down a vertical down line in a knife-edge.
A Elevator in Knife edge.
The Pogo: Similar to a hover, however making the airplane increase and decrease
altitude while in a hover. Controlable tail slide is important with a Pogo.
The Tail Slide: Flying
the airplane backwards while in a vertical line.
The Harrier: Flying the airplane with a very high angle
of attack. Very little forward movement. Can be performed up right or inverted and also landing is possible from a Harrier.
From Parachute to Elevator to Harrier.
Knife Edge Hover
The Knife Edge Hover: Similar to a hover, however while
in a knife-edge position with no forward movement.
The Toilet Bowl: Similar to a waterfall, however
on a horizontal line. From a knife-edge, the aircraft flips end over end on the horizontal line and continues to fly in orignal
The Blender: While rolling in a vertical downline, slamming the airplane into an inverted flat
spin. Good test of wing bolts.
The Elevator: Dropping the airplane vertically with little to no forward
movement. The airplane looks as it is falling out of the sky while maintaining the wings level. Also can be performed inverted.
The Tick Tock: Rotating the airplane 180 degrees to inverted then 180 degrees back to up right as the
plane falls vertically. Also can be performed the other way around.
Parachute: A wall from a vertical
down line. Can be done up-right or inverted. You transfer from a Wall to an Elevator and bring the plane straight down.
Wall or Pop-Up: From straight level flight, the plane rotates 90 degrees to a vertical position and comes to a sudden
stop. Go from a Wall to a Hover or Torque Roll.
The Waterfall: From a hover, the plane flip end over
end. Normally done pushing down elevator and modulating throttle to control.
Hover or hovering: Holding
the plane in a stationary vertical position with out it torque rolling.
The Torque Roll: Holding
the plane in a stationary vertical position while the torque of the motor, rotates the plane around the motor. The roll is
to the left. You can also, TR down the field allowing the plane to rotate and go with the wind.