Originally Posted by bluesteel212
i was trying to make turns
by moving the left rudder then moving the elevator to get back up then the rudder again is this the proper way?
That sounds correct . . unless your intent was to make right direction turns. The EasyStar design has a relatively small area rudder and elevator to reduce overcontrolling . . so sometimes you have to hold the deflection in a little longer before it responds. Make the first toss of the session a no-thrust glide to test balance and trim. One of the best learning methods is to cut thrust once "at altitude", and practice soaring down to a landing approach . . then throttle-up and repeat the process.