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Landing Go-Around

Don’t hesitate to go around if there is any possibility of a problem occurring while landing. The recommended go-around procedure is as follows

Advance the throttle quickly but smoothly to a manifold pressure of 46” at 2700 RPM. Avoid a sudden rush of power to prevent a possible loss of control due to increasing torque effects.

As power is increased, counteract left torque by using right rudder and right trim tab.

Raise the landing gear.

Trim the aircraft to relieve the elevator pressure.

After your IAS reaches 120 mph and altitude reaches 500 feet, raise the flaps. Bring them up gradually, about 10° at a time. Monitor the change in attitude as the flaps are raised.

Set oil and coolant radiator flaps as necessary for continued flight.

Do not make sudden and large throttle movements. Use all of the controls smoothly to avoid a loss of control.

If the aircraft has been trimmed for landing, it may take considerable stick-forward pressure to maintain the nose down until the elevator is re-trimmed.

It’s critical to maintain a straight course until enough airspeed is gained to raise the flaps and begin maneuvering.

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