DescriptionDemonstrating a potential stall above published indicated stall speed due to increased load factor.
ObjectiveRecognize and recover from stalls that can happen at any airspeed at any altitude in any configuration.
Procedure• Complete pre-maneuver checklist. Clear the area. Make radio calls as appropriate. Maintain 2300 RPM and approximately 90 KIAS at least 3000 AGL.• Maneuver entry. Carb heat on. Power to 1500. Maintain altitude to slow to 70 KIAS.• Perform. Pull power to idle. Bank 45° to either direction and maintain coordination with appropriate rudder input. Continually apply smooth and aggressive back pressure on yoke to pull and maintain nose attitude across the horizon until first indication of stall is recognized.• Recovery. Simultaneously relax back pressure, add full power, turn carb heat off and roll wings level while maintaining coordination. Accelerate and climb out at or as specified.
ACS Standards• Clear the area.• Select an entry altitude that will allow the task to be completed no lower than 3,000 feet AGL.• Establish the configuration as specified by the evaluator.• Set power appropriate for the configuration, that the airspeed does not exceed the maneuvering speed () or any other applicable POH/AFM limitation.• Establish and maintain a coordinated turn in a 45° bank, increasing elevator back pressure smoothly and firmly until an impending stall is reached.• Acknowledge the cue(s) and recover promptly at the first indication of an impending stall. (e.g., aircraft buffet, stall horn, etc.).• Execute a stall recovery in accordance with procedures set forth in the POH/AFM.• Configure the airplane as recommended by the manufacturer and accelerate to or .• Return to the altitude, heading, and airspeed specified by the evaluator.