I'm sure that some folks are getting ready to maiden their Mig-35s if they haven't already, so I just wanted to share the throws that I have dialed in now that seem to be working quite well for me. These throws are probably "just enough" with a little bit extra in the elevator input to help on those occasions when I have flown myself into a situation where I need a little extra emergency elevator throw to prevent a "walk of shame"
I have measured the distance of travel that has worked for me to fly in a way that allows for fairly scale change of direction in all three axes. If you like to fly more aggressively, then you might want more throw, but this might be a good point to start until you get a feel for the plane. If you already have your "never fail" maiden setup that works for you consistently, then go with that, but if you are wondering where to start, I have had good luck with these amounts of travel. I fly with elevons, ailerons and rudders active all the time, if you like elevons only or elevons and rudder or some other such set up, you might need to crank up the travel to suit your needs.
Elevons - in both pitch and roll - 1.5" of travel one way or 3" total, measured at the very back of the surface. Hopefully these pictures demonstrate what I mean.
Rudder - 5/8" one way or 1 and 1/4" total, measured at the bottom of the surface.
Again, if you have been flying awhile and have your "never fail" setup for your maiden flights, go with what you know works, but if you are wondering where to start, the throws mentioned above are a good starting point and then you can adjust depending on how you like to fly and dial in your plane once your maiden flight is complete.