Originally Posted by _OZ_
Are either of the ailerons warped? I recovered one of my planes and had a trim issue. Looking at the plane from the back I could see that one aileron was warped while the other was straight. To fix it you can just tweek the aileron to make it straight and then re-shrink the covering. I have had to do this with factory produced planes before as well.
Also, I think people tend to jump to the thrust angle or wing incidence as the cause of problems way to quickly. Things like warped surfaces, CG and linkage geometry have fixed many of my problems.
Everything is perfectly straight....I had it on my level table and each wing and aileron is perfectly straight, the elevator is straight, rudder is fine, fuse is straight, the motor does not look like it has as much right thrust as other models I measured it at just under 2 degrees, seems like it should have 2.5 or 3 at least. I strung the plane up and measured the incidence relation of the tail and wing together but I measured off of the canopy sill, which I found out this morning when I remeasured wasn't perfectly level.
Regardless of the issue, it still flew very well and I am more than happy with it, with a new model, there are always little things to work out and adjust as the collective Extreme Flight mind find the perfect setups