Originally Posted by Sockrat
To summarize what differs SU-35 is If I make a turn with wings 45 degrees to horizon and then put ailerons to neutral: trainer will level, most edf's I have will continue turn and maybe slightly level up, SU-35 will either stay in turn or stall by making wings 90 degrees. So, pilot has to do a little of counter-aileron to keep it in turn and like 70% opposite to level.
Anyone has the same feeling?
I actually don't have to.
You could be also experiencing the effects of a very NOSE HEAVY plane effect. If you have your CG too much forward for a stable setup, on th turns, the airplane will tend to bank deeper because of the moment created by the pair of forces weight vs lift. (Think of CG being ahead of center of pressure).