Warpped, heavy wing or engien torque
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My plane has the problem of rolling to the right during off throttle. It happens on both level flight, and straight downline. Do you think its a warpped wing, one heavy wing, or just engine torque.
I tends to think its a warpped wing. If it only rolls on level flights, its engine torque. But, if it rolls on straight downline, that indicates warpped wing, am I correct? As for one heavy wing, it should only shows during inside, and ourside loops, right?
Assuming my right wing is warpped. The leading edge of the wing tip is lower than the trailing edge of the wing root. Am I correct to increase the positive incidence of the right wing, to counter the rolling motion?
I understand I can program an off throttle left aileron mix. But, I would like to take care of it mechanically if possible, instead of elctronically so other adverse effects will surface during throttle up.
Any suggestion will be greatly appreciated.