One easy old school solution would be to attach a trim tab on the HS.It has been over a year since my original post. I went with the Magni M24 with the 915 engine. While waiting for my gyro to arrive, Dayton was kind enough to let me keep his gyro in my hangar in Utah, and fly it as much as I wanted. I think I put around 50 hours on his gyro. The power difference between the 914 and the 915 is huge. Climb rates are double. But the power comes with a price. The p-factor and push to the left on takeoff is as bad in the Magni with the 915 as I had experience in the Tercel and Taurus. It turns out that the problem I was having with the Tercel was not the rudders, but the p-factor from the more powerful engines in the Trendak gyros. I like my Magni a lot, but I strongly recommend that low time pilots stick to gyros with the less powerful 912 or 914 engine to minimize the chance of going off the left side of the runway on take off. I started a thread on this subject in the pilot technique/accident section of the forum.