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    IMAC Advanced 2014

    http://www.mini-iac.com/Portals/0/Do...4_Advanced.pdf

    Hi Guys,

    Require a detailed description for above routine! Anyone?

    Regards,

    Haisan.
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    If nobody else gets to this today I will gladly sit down and write it up tonite. Have to do some family time until later. You could however log onto the IMAC website and get to aresti catalog and find descriptions of all the symbols. Learning aresti is a must if you plane to fly IMAC.

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    Ok I think I have it all worked out correctly. I wrote the descriptions with the wind coming in from right to left. Some rolling elements would have to be reversed if you are to fly it the other way around. IMAC sequences are getting more difficult each year and IMO this is partly responsible for the decline in participation but that is another thread for a different time.

    1. Laydown Humpty. From invert push to vert upline, 1 neg snap, push 5/8 loop to 45 degree downline, 2 point roll, push to level invert exit.

    2. Emmelman. 1 full roll, push 1/2 loop, 4 point roll at top.

    3. Down Sharks tooth? Push to vert downline, 1 neg snap, pull to 45 degree upline, 4 of 8 point roll to left, 1 1/4 roll to right, pull to invert level exit.

    4. Spin. 1 1/4 neg spin to the right, 1/2 roll to left, exit invert cross box outbound.

    5. Roller. 270 degree roller with 1 inside roll for every 90 degrees of circle. Invert exit.

    6. Double Humpty? push to very upline, 3/4 pos snap to the right, push top cross box outbound to downline, 1 1/4 roll to right on downline, pull bottom to vert upline, 2 points of 4 point roll, push to level upright exit.

    7. Split ess. 1 1/2 pos snap, pull 1/2 loop, at bottom 1/2 roll left, 4 points of 8 to the right, upright exit.

    8. Hammerhead. Pull vert, 1 pos snap, hammer, 1/4 roll to left followed by 3/4 roll to right, push to invert exit.

    9. Loop. push first half, 1/2 roll to right followed by 1 roll to right at top, pull second half to finish loop.

    10. Lay down humpty. pull to 45 degree upline, 1 pos snap, pull 1/2 loop to 45 degree invert downline , 1 1/2 neg snap opposite direction 1/2 roll, push to invert level.

    Quite complicated and practically impossible to read word for word during a flight, that is why it is important for you and your caller to memorize Aresti. Remember you will still have to learn an unknown sequence over nite during a contest weekend and there will be no word descriptions for that either.

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    Oh man that sounds perfect Thank you so much for your time and help Brother! Now wish me luck for all the practice sessions. Regards, Haisan Jafri. Lahore - Pakistan.
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    Thanks Trixie....
    Here is a link to the correct information on the IMAC website http://www.mini-iac.com/Portals/0/ac...anced_2014.pdf
    Hope it helps,
    Wayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewbusy View Post
    Thanks Trixie....
    Here is a link to the correct information on the IMAC website http://www.mini-iac.com/Portals/0/ac...anced_2014.pdf
    Hope it helps,
    Wayne
    Thanks dear sewbusy it was great help. Can we have the same for Basic, Sportsman & Intermediate please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by haisanjafri View Post
    Thanks dear sewbusy it was great help. Can we have the same for Basic, Sportsman & Intermediate please?
    Take a look on the IMAC website in this thread
    http://www.mini-iac.com/Forums/tabid/55/aff/15/aft/3778/afv/topic/afpg/1/Default.aspx

    Scroll down to September 29th to Kent Porter's post.... He has the correct information there.
    Regards,
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    This may be the wrong place to post this and I might have it wrong. If so please enlighten me..

    On the IMAC website the IMAC World Champs is scheduled for Muncie week of 6th to 12th July 2014. On the AMA site this date is for the AMA Nationals. On the same AMA site the IMAC Worlds in Muncie is shown as 2nd to 6th September 2014. Have I missed something?

    Thanks for any reply.

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    Hi Ed.... Not sure where you have seen on the IMAC website that the Worlds is July.... Maybe you can direct me where that is?

    The NATIONALS is in July and the Worlds is in September.

    If you visit the home page & look at the top left link there is a button with a drop down list for the Worlds website http://www.imacworlds.com/
    Regards,
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    Hi Sewbusy,

    This is where I saw it.

    Ed S







    IMAC NOTAMs...
    2014 IMAC Scale Aerobatic Championships Feb 04 2014

    We will work hard to provide a fun experience for the pilots and family. One of our goals for this year is to provide all competitors with far impartial and accurate judging. Please sign up as soon as possible so we can get our Judging matrix completed ahead of time. The Muncie area has a great selection of hotels at good prices.
    Rules:
    All 2014 IMAC rules will apply including panel and pilot requirement.
    For Advanced we will be flying the alternate sequence.
    Unlimited should be prepared to fly the alternate sequence if necessary.
    Pilots meeting attendance is extremely important. Please attend.
    Schedule of Events
    Registration for event must be done online or paper with AMA before June 10, 2014.
    Registration on the IMAC website for preplanning purposes.
    July 6-2014:
    Pilots meeting 5: OO pm.
    Refresher Judging clinic immediately after pilots meeting till finish.
    Early morning pilots meeting and National Anthem 8:00am July 7, 2014
    Wheels up at 8:30am till finished each day.
    July 9-2014 7:00 pm Banquet at McCullough Room at AMA
    Finals, Freestyle and awards July 10-, 2014

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    Hi Ed.... If you take a look at the logo.... It is the NATIONALS.... In July.

    The Worlds is in September and that is the WORLD championship
    Wayne

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    Hi Wayne,

    Many thanks for clearing that up for me. Obviously I should have paid closer attention.

    Next question, if I want to see the best of the best Which event should I attend? AMA NATS or IMAC World Championships? I would expect a pretty good entry in both.

    Regards,

    Ed S

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    Hi Ed.... The NATS is normally USA/sometimes Canada.

    The Worlds, being the inaugural World Championship has attracted many pilots from overseas and you can take a look at the registration on the drop down tab with the different classes being flown.

    Freestyle will be on both Friday and Saturday, culminating in the trophy presentation at the gala banquet on Saturday night.
    Given a choice, I would recommend the World Championship hands down.
    Hope to see you there.

    I noticed that you are in Ontario.... There is a strong Canadian Team attending the event.... So come on down & cheer your country along.
    Regards & safe flying.
    Wayne

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    Hi Wayne,

    Many thanks for your prompt responses. At the moment it is my intention to attend the IMAC World Championships.

    Regards,

    Ed S


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