Hey everyone, recently I’ve been trying to figure out how to crosswind land an SR22. I’ll be on final at SAWH with 14 kts @ 347°. I’ll use the wing low method. As I touch down, the increased rudder input I use sends me into a spin. The obvious answer to this is to release rudder before the nose gear touches down. However, if I release the rudder before the nose gear touches down the wind drift catches the nose and sends me into a spin as well. It just seems that I can’t win… I’m not sure what to do from here on out as I end up in a spin either way.
Any help to this situation is appreciated, thanks!