I recently bought an FT Simple Soarer speed build kit. I also ordered a Lazertoyz blue wonder powerpack. The glider got here quick and was simple to put together. However the power pack was on back order so i used some old servos from a Honey Bee King 3 RC helicopter i had laying around. this was my first mistake. the gears wear striped so they slipped a lot. i put the glider nose on and used the Tx and Rx for the Honey bee. mistake number two. the throws were minimal and it had permanent channel mixing. so my rudder is on the left with the throttle and the elevator is on the right because with the rudder on the left it gives elevator input due to channel mixing. i flew it multiple times just hand launching and landing 40ft away. i crashed quite a few times and damaged the wing tips and stalled it cracking the tail and dove it into the street a lot. i destroyed this thing then patched and prayed it back together. but i finally got the power pack and now the glider is crazy tail heavy. i put 3inch plastic with rubber off-road RC car wheels on a 1/8in. X 4in. steel rod and added a steel rod frame to lift the nose high enough for the prop to clear the ground. with all this mounted in-front of the wing on the bottom of the power pod it is still crazy tail heavy. ive put new servos in but the elevator push rod broke when trying to bend it back into a modified z bend. so its limited how far it can move and the channel mixing only makes it worse. trim does nothing on the elevator. if anybody can help level me out it would be great.the battery is as far forward as it can possibly get. i plan on adjusting the trust angle when the weather clears up. thanks for any help.