So some might seen my pictures yesterday of me flying across Australia and visiting the Uluru rock.
Today I planned to continue flying to Adelaide, as that is my next stop along this trip.
But when I started the flight i noticed something strange. My cessna was kinda bouncing and moving around on the ground and when i released the parking brake, the plane started rolling backwards. I checked the weather and there was only a 4kt wind comming from my righthand side. I tried to add a video recording of this event, unfortunately this site doesn’t allow me to. But I hope i explained this clear enough.
Also when i decided to ignore this and took off, the plane just didnt have the power to climb. Yesterday i took off with about the same weight and wind conditions and a +400FPM climb was easy to perform. Now the plane couldn’t go higher than +200FPM and my instruments showed that the plane wasnt even near the RPM it could do (stuck around 2000-2200RPM).
Am I missing something? Did i do something wrong, have been using the Cessna correctly for a while and this is the first time this happened.
Im going to give it another try , hope to hear your story, argument or solution!