caall99, your heli seems badly
out of track & trim, else it would stay up longer (hopefully with an interim rest to cool).
Because the upper, stabilizing rotor is controlled by a flybar at 45°, not 90°, everything in the lower control rotor (controlled by the servos!) is skewed 45° in a counterclockwise direction [90° - 45°
So in this configuration the right servo acts as if was inputting 45° further to the left. It acts like it was inputting from the front of the swashplate!
Thus the right servo IS the fore/aft servo! And the left servo is the L/R servo!
Trust me. Just memorize the above 2 sentences, whether or not they seem logical to you.