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Vesti claims the Su-57 can perform a "midair corkscrew flat spin" ... apparently not a one where you lose control but I'm not sure if it's special or not, I've seen Grim Reapers do it with F-14, but it's said to allow it to change direction instantly, giving it an advantage, I guess I need to look more into flatspin stuff to understand this one properly.



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That is not a flat spin that maneuver it is instead a departure that results in a sycamore seed yaw rotation. A flat spin is different in that it is uncontrollable throughout the rotation and is tighter than a sycamore seed yaw rotation. The sycamore seed is easier to recover than a flat spin. SU57, PAK FA and SU35S are awesome aircraft.:thumbup:



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