I've got four flights with the Turbo Tutor under my belt and I've been getting more comfortable. This is my first 3D capable airplane, so I decided to try inverted, since I've gotten comfortable with loops and rolls. I got two mistakes high, then rolled the plane over, then it started nosediving. I gave it full forward pressure which pushed the nose up, but it was still going down at 30° or so. I rolled it back to normal flight and that was that for the flight. I'm trying to figure out why I wasn't able to push the nose up when inverted, when it has enough elevator authority to do a near snap loop. Only thing I can think of is that the plane balances a bit nose heavy. Does a nose heavy plane struggle to fly inverted?