From what I can tell, mine was not a clipped wing Cub. Its wing was 155% of its fuselage length. After taking measurements from various clipped wing Cubs they seem to have wings ranging from 125-147% fuselage length. Mine cirtainly wasn't very aerobatic either.
That's good advice about using the rudder to stop a spin, I'll have to practice that. Truth be told, I doubt there was much of anything I could have done to save her though... just too low.
I would have loved to twist in some washout but not sure if that's possible with a foam wing. I assume applying heat, much the way you do with a built up covered wing, might work? Sounds a bit iffy for foam though.
I really like the throttle to aileron mixing idea (ailerons move up a little at low throttle), that's brilliant! I'll have to give that a try on my Spacewalker & see how she handles.
Anyway I have no plans to rebuild her, already tossed the airframe in the bin (although I did keep the electronics & the wing). I think my next Cub will be a nice built-up from Sig or Great Planes or if I'm going to do another foamie, the Fun Cub flies nice. Interestingly it looks like Nitroplanes may have discontinued the model I had
. Not a big surprise there.