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Old Dec 04, 2012, 09:05 PM
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I agree with the others that the motor height is the main problem. With the standard thrust angle the greater the distance from the lateral axis the more downward force will be applied because of the increased torque resulting in pitch. That is why this increases under power, the torque offsets your trim adjustments as power increases. As Brner indicates, there are two solutions. Move the motor to the original position or decrease the thrust angle, that is tilt the motor slightly back, That will reduce the downward component of the force. Of course it will take trial and error to find the sweet spot.
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