Originally Posted by DenverJayhawk
Wamsy - can you post a KE spin? I can get one model to do it easily (EF 48 Edge EXP), but other models seem to have a harder time.
my guess is aileron input.. Edge's can wind up a KE spin with no aileron input, where as many planes depending on how you enter the KE spin will need ailerons to help them stay in... try adding some (1/3rd to a 1/2) aileron input the same direction as your rudder (left aileron, left rudder)... will prolly find it will stay in a little longer, from there you can adjust to see what your airframe and method of entry is looking for.
(I say the method of entry, as if I enter from my snap entries I'll need more aileron then if I wound up the roll in a nose down line before entring the KE spin)