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The crew completed several checks during the flight including low and high speed handling characteristics, avionics and system functionality including landing gear, flaps and speed brake operations.
Having excess fuel for an immediate landing, he adjusted gross weight with speed brakes extended and right engine in afterburner.
ver uld be The VXR stops pretty quickly too, thanks to blue-painted Brembo oo, bo speed brakes, although of course that's more down to the drilled and ventilated 355mm discs rather than the blueness of the brake calipers.
At maximum take-off weight, the CJ4 requires 3,300ft of runway for take-off and 2,665ft for landing at standard conditions, improvements made by "tweaking" the modulated speed brakes and ground spoilers, says Fuhrman.
The speed brake was removed to ensure the gears in the actuators were installed in the proper configuration prior to flight.
To slow the craft for re-entry into the atmosphere, twin tail booms pivot upward, acting as a giant speed brake so the craft descends like a badminton shuttlecock.
And they are probing why the rudder speed brake gears original parts in the shuttle tails were never inspected in more than two decades of flight.
The roll adjusts on this calender were converted from a single motor for each roll to individual two speed brake motors at each end of each roll, and splice relief and preloads were added to the no.