I have a question. Many years ago I made a model Piper TriPacer from a Sterling kit, about 56" span. Maybe I over powered it ,but the first time I got it to fly,it went into a steep climb ,got up to maybe 100 feet ,stalled ,came down and crashed. I don't think that I held it in the climb mode,maybe I just didn't know how to handle a model[I had flown full scale],so maybe it was just my mistake,. But I have been thinking of getting the model in shape again[I rebuilt it] And see if it will fly now that I have more experience in flying models. My question is would engine down thrust have anything to do with why it went into a steep climb,I other words should it have more down thrust than it had?