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Anyways, a few Sup Fellas Jarvis Malone T-Shirt . circuits. Go by with no problem. I actually got some great practice landing in turbulence. So the last circuit of the day, I’m on final with full flaps doing the ABSOLUTE minimum speed for approach in a 152, not taking into consideration that the air is super turbulent. For those who don’t know, when it’s bumpy you should be going a little faster on approach than usual. Anyways I’m quite close to the ground, maybe 300-400 feet and I can HEAR the wind blowing over the sound of the engine. I remember my shirt sleeves looked like they were inflating and the plane’s stall warning started screaming at me.The controls. totally useless. Like a limp computer joystick. Thankfully I had my hand on the throttle as my instructor taught me and for whatever instinctual reason (good instructor probably), I gently pushed the throttle all the way and slightly lowered the nose. A lot of people are wondering why I “gently” pushed the throttle in. The reason is that the carburetor can’t provide enough fuel to maintain the proper fuel/air mixture. When the pilot rapidly pushes the throttle in, the carb is supposed to provide a quick “squirt” of fuel to account for the rapid increase in air. If the pilot slams the throttle to the firewall. The huge amount of air into the carb is simply too much for it to maintain the proper air/fuel mixture, even with the extra “squirt”. In the best case this can cause the engine to “lag” for a few seconds while the mixture catches up, and in the worst case might actually cause the engine to stall completely. So imagine an inexperienced pilot who panics and really jams the throttle all the way. That may have a disastrous effect because not only are they at low altitude with little airspeed, but they just choked their engine and simply can’t get more power.