Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Springfield, OH
P-factor isn't any different between radial and conventional motors, but the additional torque (or whatever the technical term is for the rotational force from the radial motor) makes the aircraft want to turn even more.
It's not going to be enough to reverse controls or anything like that. Remember, airplanes deflect air to change direction, a rotating engine will do nothing but cause a slight tendency to turn or rotate, especially during significant changes in throttle.
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