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Old 11-10-2012, 08:22 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by kip51035 View Post
Check the aileron travel. You should have twice as much up as you have down. This is called differential aileron ALL FULL SIZE AIRCRAFT HAVE IT.
First I heard of this... all the full size airplanes I flew had adverse yaw until the elevator was applied unless we coordinated the turn with rudder, keep the ball in the center...

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Old 11-12-2012, 09:07 AM   #23
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test flew yesterday after taking away some right thrust, problem is gone! flies great, takes off very smoothly, flew it 6 times yesterday, thanks everyone
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Great! glad it worked out for you. totally different airplane without all the right thrust.
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Spoilerons may have slowed it down some, maybe.
definitely didn't have ailerons or differential ailerons

but what I was trying to get at is that high wing aircraft don't really need differential because the bias would be towards leveling the aircraft out

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