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Old 09-23-2007, 09:33 PM
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Just exactlly, what is: PATTERN flying

I was out at a local RC field today testing an engine that is new in my inventory. (It came to me used)

One of the flyers came up to me and commentedx thAt this plane that I had would make a "niced pattern plane"

??? I have no idea what he meant

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Old 09-23-2007, 10:36 PM
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Check it out.

www.nsrca.org

You will have all the details needed.

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Old 09-23-2007, 11:44 PM
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TNX

It must be a HUGE web site.

I tried the link and all I could get was "searching for "xxxxxxxxxx"


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Old 09-24-2007, 09:20 PM
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This link takes you directly to the frequently asked questions "What is pattern"

http://www.nsrca.org/newguysA.htm
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Old 09-25-2007, 08:23 AM
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For some unknown reason, none of the precious links manage to do anything but go around in circles.

thanks anyway

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ORIGINAL: marwen1

For some unknown reason, none of the precious links manage to do anything but go around in circles.

thanks anyway

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Hmmmmmm . . the links work fine. One of my buddies can open them from his PC too . . you must have some protection software blocking your attempts.

Try holding down the "Ctrl" (control) key as you click on the link . .
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Old 09-25-2007, 04:35 PM
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NO! Try an old, slow, lack of ram, 7 year old laptop.

I'm using this while I can buy what it is that I want in a new computer.

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If you can load RCU you should be able to load NSRCA.ORG

Okay, how about going to the [link=http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/forumid_101/tt.htm]pattern forum[/link] and checking out that first sticky?
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[quote]ORIGINAL: Scott Smith

If you can load RCU you should be able to load NSRCA.ORG

You are absolutely, 100% correct! Now that we have all hashed this one to death --- facts remain!

Thank you ALL -- for being so incredibly helpful.

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Just exactlly, what is: PATTERN flying

I was out at a local RC field today testing an engine that is new in my inventory. (It came to me used)

One of the flyers came up to me and commentedx thAt this plane that I had would make a "niced pattern plane"

??? I have no idea what he meant

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Just a thought . . why didn't you ask the guy ????? He obviously knows . .

There is plenty of stuff on RCU about Pattern Flying. No point rehashing it all . . just do the search on RCU
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I didn't dig into what he meant because by the time I had gone out to my car to get another unit to fly with, HE was out on the flight line. He landed and I was still up in the air.

At this point in time, it wasn't that relevent that I should chase him down to simply ask him just that.

Since all of this has started, I simply went to the "stickies"

They pretty much well answered any Q's that I had.

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