Originally Posted by JumpySticks
Even with the aileron differential I get some adverse yaw at times. Maybe that's what you are seeing. I just ignore it and it self corrects. Unless you are a most skilled and professional pilot, by the time you correct with the rudder you are as likely to over-correct the other way.
I think part of my problem is that I am comparing it to my open class competition ships. I just need a good glider day to see what I can get out of it. Too little data in one flight in suboptimal conditions. I was a bit surprised about the sink rate so i will throw my Robart meter on it and probably do the boom strengthening mods and get everything straight and true. it's worth 50 cents if I can get useful weight in the tail!
Oh, and I was pleased with how flat it would turn. That shows promise