I ran a pack through the FT-3D but this time with a 10x4.7 prop as opposed to the 9x5 prop I was using last time. I could tell a difference - the 10x4.7 has more punch to it and a faster climb rate. I practiced waterfalls and also did a lot of sport flying with a lot inverted. @L Edge I flew some inverted 8’s and I did ok but I am not as comfortable as I would like when turning right. I can do it, but it’s not 100% natural like left circles feel. Oh, and did you see my spitfire vid? I did some good inverted there😉
I didn't do much knife edge practice, but the little I did I focused on using rudder to adjust my altitude and keep throttle relatively at the same place.
condition 1: see why you are uncomfortable at right turns(different rudder and elevator deflections perhaps or a little more throttle in the turn)
Solve the problem!!!!!!!!!!!!
Here is a good way of remembering your sticks. In normal flight, you add rudder to ailerons(in a turn) in the same direction.
So both go to the left or both to the right.
Inverted (Both sticks are pushed inward or pulled outwards) as well as adding or subtracting power in a tight turn.
Try 10 flights and tell me what happens. Remember, rudder, elevator, ailerons, throttle are all needed.
Try that and see what it does for you. If you sorta get that and it improves you, adapt it. Some students do, others don't
I will give you some hints on doing a good knife edge and not at top speed. You don't learn as quickly as when speeds are that fast.