737 next gen "Rudder hard over plane crashes
I've worked at Boeing in Seattle area for over 27 years, as an A&P mech. , flight line and final assy. 737, 757, 777,747. and have a multi. engine commercial instrument pilot license . And own a 1959 Beech craft Travel air , And made a suggestion to the FAA , after the 737 rudder hard over accidents . After testing ,my plane , with full rudder actuated , banking 30-45 degrees into the turn , countering the effect ,caused by the rudder ! Also setting the upper engine to 50-100% power and lower engine to idle to approximately 50% power , to climb and make straight and level flight.