happy new year!
Recently I read the very good trimming tutorial written by Peter Goldsmith. In that article, he recommends to setup the KE mixes doing simple rudder turns: he state that the mixes then will be right even for KE flight. If that doesn't occur, i.e. the mixes are not correct in KE flight, the problem might be a surface (rudder) blow-back.
These days I'm trying to setup the mixes in that way, in a small pattern aircraft. Actually I've found that, for me, that way doesn't work. I can setup almost perfect mixes that enable very flat rudder turns (low rate rudder) but when I put the plane on its side, there are unwanted rolling and pitch tendencies...
The question is: how do you set your KE mixes? In your experience with pattern planes, the mixes set during flat turns are correct for KE flight?
Thanks in advance