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Old 03-30-2014, 11:47 AM   #41
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Actually, I have no idea.
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Vetus for more than 20 seconds (once) and more normally no more than 10 when using it to make an ultra-tight 180

A 180 deg turn in 10 seconds is 18 deg per second ,with zero start/stop lag.

How many G turn would that be in an F-16?
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Vetus for more than 20 seconds (once) and more normally no more than 10 when using it to make an ultra-tight 180

A 180 deg turn in 10 seconds is 18 deg per second ,with zero start/stop lag.

How many G turn would that be in an F-16?
He has a 60' boat. Assume the pivot point is 40' aft of the bow. A 200' person on the bow pulpit would experience 0.12g.

Survivable. Probably wouldn't even throw their arms in the air with joyful glee.
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