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Skyhunter micro too much elevator rolls it left

Old 05-30-2021, 01:33 PM
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Eachine Skyhunter micro - small epp plane. It has only ailerons and single elevator. Everything is OK with plane. But when I want it to go steep up, i need to compensate ailerons to left. If I did not compensate ail (ail are straght), I only put elevator stick towards me, plane rolls and yaw to left and is descending. Same is true when throttle is none and also half or full. I believe, CoG is OK. I checked it in documentation. Also plane center, I mean same weight is on left and also on right "half" of plane. Elevator seems to be OK. But I can't tell if it is bending during flight. Servo for elevator and rod is connected almost to center of elevator. Any thoughts? Thank you.
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Does this happen the same way flying in either direction? The reason I ask is that lots of beginning pilots take a while to really get leveling their wings right. If you can see the bottom of the wing, you are actually rolled away from yourself. So going left to right, an elevator pull will result in a yawed plane to the left. Going right to left, you'll get the opposite problem, a yaw to the right.

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