A friend built one exactly as drawn in the Airsoob "white paper" and mounted it on the left wing of his BD-4 for the very reason you describe. He figured slow turns in the pattern were when he most needed to know what was going re: AoA.
Chris

On 2/12/2018 5:25 PM, Tony King via KRnet wrote:


Here's a question though.  The AOA probe is fitted to one or other wing.
But an inadvertent spin such as I've just described is caused by one wing
stalling while the other is still flying.  Does an AOA probe fitted to one
wing detect an impending stall situation equally for both wings?  Or should
it be fitted to the left wing on the basis that the turns in the circuit
are usually left turns and it's the inside wing that's more likely to stall?

Cheers,

Tony
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