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I just read in the F-14 forums about an assymetrical turn: hard right pull, AB left throttle, idle right throttle. Just wondering how that would work in the Hornet. I will try it later tonight.

Plan: Angles 6, 350 kts, full AB and pull to keep 350 kts, time a 360° turn; then Angels 6, 350 kts, left full AB with right idle and pull to keep 350 kts, time the 360° turn again.

Will let you know.

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Well, forget it. I tried it. You lose speed very quickly. As everyone knows, the current iteration of DCS Hornet is very much underpowered. So, you need both afterburners in order to keep your energy up.

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