Originally Posted by exf3bguy
Jim, IMAC does not fall victim to the " Airplane of the month " syndrome that F3A or AMA pattern does. As long as it is set up well and you have lots of productive practice with most airplanes you will be competitive. I don't have the time to practice as much as I like to but tend to manage well flying unlimited with a 25 year old design.
What's the wingspan on that? Looks huge. Do most IMAC competitors use large planes?
Is there a more active forum for IMACers that doesn't require membership (the IMAC site has forums but I can't post there).