Originally Posted by yogibbear
Nose-in inverted is easier as your aileron is the right way around... so less to get freaked out about. Plus it is easy to flip from tail in upright to nose-in inverted.
I don't understand what you mean about Aileron being the "right way around when nose in Inverted...
Nose in upright.. the aileron is reversed... if you do a complete 360 degree roll while nose in, it keeps rolling in the same direction...
IE.. if you move aileron left, the heli rotor drops on the right as you are looking at it.. both inverted or upright when nose in..
Not trying to argue or be difficult, just trying to understand your comment..