When turning, turning to the left at least, at times you have to use quite heavy left rudder with left aileron to quickly bank into a turning position(left wing down) and then once banked moderate left rudder with opposite aileron(right) while pulling back on the stick to perform a tight left turn. This is quite unnatural for me and I constantly have to think about applying the right aileron in a left turn, simple minded as I am. Turning right is pretty straight up, right rudder, right aileron and then once in the turn, pull the stick. Not that I am any accomplished DRI pilot, but this works very well for me in dogfights and I cannot tell you when the last time I stalled in a left turn unintentionally. Of course the one other factor for me is to maintain reasonable speed or you will stall no matter which way you are turning. These ain't Warbirds or Jets Homey! These be Crates Mate! Handle with care! Good Luck, hope this helps some SIr.