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Indoor Imac at JR indoor festival

Old 02-16-2007, 05:45 PM
Ryan Archer
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Default Indoor Imac at JR indoor festival

HI guys, I am tring to set upa side event at JR indoor festival. this would NOT get in the way of open flying because we would do it early in the morning and later at night.
the rules are. your plane must have a scale outline of a full scale airplane that flys full scale aerobatics, must not weigh any less than 5 ounces or any more than 8 ounces. the e-flite extra 260 with a park 250, axi 2203 or something similar should put you at about 6 ounces with those motors or with some minor modifications you could be at 5 ounces.
we will be flying 3 classes if it works out. this is just to see how much intersted there is before we put a lot of time into making it happen if it's not that intersting to people.
you can find the patterns for 2007 here, and we will be flying basic, intermediate and unlimited, it's limited to 10 people per class and we already have some people pre registered, this event costs nothing to enter, but you must be present to sign in on time or otherwise someone else could take your spot.

please vote yes, or no.
thanks, ryan
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I think some precision type flying would be very cool! To keep things somewhat simple, the intermediate or sportsman sequence could be flown.

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Old 11-22-2013, 04:28 PM
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I think IMAC flying indoor would be great. maybe it would lead to a IMAC type contest for smaller electric planes outdoors.

I have a friend that is capable of flying his plane in a large building, but the plane weighs 35 lbs. I have seen him fly within an area 30' x 150' 30' high. He is amazing.
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