Today I spent 2 horus exploring the handing of the aircraft with the mass balance installed.
It was quite a nice day with light turbulance so this allowed me to explore the effects of bumps on the wings a various speeds.
I again spent a little time increasing the speed range from 80 to 110 knots and all was fine with no hints of anything to be concerned about. As the day progressed I gradually extended the speed tests to 135 knots and again no issues at all where encountered.
I have to admit, that I had no previous issues taking the plane up to 140knots but this was in still air. I am going to leave the testing at this point and assume that the aircarft is again safe to fly, although I will still carefully monitor any flights as I did before.
I think the one thing that all pilots should install is a G meter, I have one and use it all the time to ensure that in all flight modes I do not exceed 2G positive. I have managed to do this so far and as soon as the bumps start getting above 1.5G I slow down.