Here's the story guys. on my inside Square after the second turn the plane takes off sailing away at a 45° angle. Outside squares no problem, sharp and crisp. what do you think? Looking for warps or issues, not seeing anything. Could this be an issue with fixed lead outs and the CG?
If it doesn't do it on the outside squares, then look harder for warps or issues. Look for warped wings, flaps not in alignment, and the tail twisted with respect to the wing. If you don't find any such, look for the airplane rolling toward the inside or the outside -- basically, if it always flies with the same tip up or down then it's a tip weight issue; if it always rolls in the same direction (meaning, if it's tip up while upright and tip down while inverted) then the plane is rolling. If the wings are dead flat, or always tip down, and it misbehaves on insides and not outsides, then chances are the elevator is tilted.
If it does have a problem with misbehaving more in one direction than the other then you can paper over that problem with more tip weight -- at the expense of hinging. It's something to be done as a last resort, but you really want to find the root cause.