Originally Posted by Tom K.
Also, be aware that rolling and rudder in the same direction, coupled with up elevator is airplane talk for "SNAP!" regardless of orientation to the wind.
absolutely. I use a little rudder for coordinated turns, but when she starts to drop a wing without your input you have to put in opposite rudder and decrease up elevator One thing I love about the cub and the pawnee is its almost like the sticks have feedback. You can just feel what the plane is going through up there. I can feel the heaviness of the controls when she's loaded and the powder load lightening as she dusts. Maybe thats normal to experienced folks, but I'm still tickled about how sensory the R/C experience is.