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Old 11-29-2005, 10:50 PM
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If the pattern manuvers had names that ment anything it would be much easier to memorize the sequences. A couple of years ago Zak and I entered a pattern contest and had to ask the CD what some of the manuvers were the morning of the contest. It was rather embarassing asking what a " Bunt " was. Turns out it was a split ess with the roll at the bottom. You two guys ( Dean and Tony ) need to come to one of out Nor Cal contests in '06. I'm sure a few of us will be making the trip out to your backyard.



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Old 11-29-2005, 11:27 PM
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Yes, the bunt. I had to ask that same question.

I have never been North of Needles. I would really like to travel your way to fly sometime. The trouble is getting the time.
Old 11-30-2005, 11:39 AM
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Oh com-on. Like a banana, teardrop or some of the names used in IMAC mean anything to a Pattern pilot!!

A bunt has been around for at least 10 years. It's not a split S, it's a reverse split S

Hope you can hear me chuckling on this and see the humor.

Aerobatics is Aerobatics

I am anxious to get to fly the new Advanced sequence also.

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Old 11-30-2005, 11:45 AM
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Hey Ed, in IMAC we at least get pictures ( Aresti ) All kidding aside we had a great time at the contest. We shared an old Dalotel that I found on Ebay and put together. It had a 68" wingspan, weighed 7.5 lbs and powered with a YS 91 AC. Problem was I couldnt get ahold of a muffler before the contest and had to fly it open exahust. You know your not going to do well when one of the judges states " Oh hell, am I gonna have hear that airplane again?".



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Old 11-30-2005, 11:51 PM
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Yeah, the aresti does make a difference no matter what you call a manuever.

I believe both are fun, and just don't understand the anymosity between the 2 groups. See my signature. Most pilots that fly IMAC Basic could fly the same plane in any Pattern contest also(of couse size may pose a little problem) but it is to try the sport or either.

A 100 yard slow roll looks great with either a big gasser or a pattern ship.

Will try to make a couple contests in Tx in IMAC, depending on dates and family etc. Don't know how I'll do but guess we'll see.

Thanx for keeping a bit of humor on some of my comments. just fun.

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