After catching Covid and being way out of commission for over a week, I was able to get my Simple Cub out and flying tonight and boy did it feel good!
I added 2.4 oz of weight to the nose and just left my settings on my transmitter as they were. When I went back to check them, they seemed pretty conservative with a lot of expo already. Turned out to be a lot more due to the tail heaviness than the transmitter settings.
I built the plane out of Elmer's foam board, which is much heavier than Adams Readi-Board. I didn't think it would matter what brand of foam board I was using (I honestly thought they were all the same.) After getting some Readi-Board for my next build, I totally understand how it got so tail heavy during the build.
I'm super excited about building some more planes and I appreciate all the tips and encouragement offered from my maiden flight.
I've got a Baby Baron and a Tiny Trainer on the way next!