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Old Nov 24, 2004, 05:14 AM
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Indoor aerobatic competition in Carvin (F)

Go to the RC Mania website, see the "video" box on the right side of the homepage. There you can find plenty of videoclips from both F3AI and AeroMusicals in Carvin. I will be adding more clips in the coming days (as fast as I can find the time to cut and encode them).

Enjoy!

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Old Nov 25, 2004, 05:22 AM
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That freestyle video of Benoit Paysant Le Roux is just unbelievable!
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Old Nov 25, 2004, 05:30 AM
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Yes, it is. In choreography, he outclassed the rest of the field. Should have placed first, imho.
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Old Nov 25, 2004, 02:08 PM
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Wow!

Congratulations David! Great flying and grat videos. What place did you finally take up?
What plane You flown?

My comment: There was too many tunes in your AM IMHO.

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Old Nov 26, 2004, 03:17 AM
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Szymon,

I flew modified Inferno in F3AI, placed 10th, and Savage, my design/shocky clone, in AM - placed 13th. Too many tunes - you are right. After summer season, where I was flying and training mostly F3A, I had practically no training indoors. I hacked the music at the last minute and basically only improvised. Too bad I can not find more indoor time to train.
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Old Nov 26, 2004, 03:36 AM
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David, can You tell us more about BPLR's plane, the Reflex. Which motor, battery and prop was he using? Looks like typical equipment for a 80cm shockflyer but in a much bigger 1mx1m plane resulting in a very low wing loading. I noticed he has two aileron servos, is he using flap-elevator mixing in his freestyle?
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Old Nov 26, 2004, 04:24 AM
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David, can You tell us more about BPLR's plane, the Reflex. Which motor, battery and prop was he using? Looks like typical equipment for a 80cm shockflyer but in a much bigger 1mx1m plane resulting in a very low wing loading. I noticed he has two aileron servos, is he using flap-elevator mixing in his freestyle?
Too bad I did not notice these things... except I guess that yes, he used the flap mixing.
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Old Nov 26, 2004, 10:59 AM
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Martin Muller and Benoit Dierickx presented pactically the same aeromusicals as in Slow Flyer 2004. Is often habit to have the same musical on every meeting?
Who standed on first three places in AM and F3A-I?
I can guess (AMs):
1. BPLR
2. Benoit Dierickx
3. Martin Muller
(but I know that's wrong)
BTW - you have one mistake in videos, Martin Muller, not "Martin Mueller"
And a bit OT: What about Slow Flyer 2005?


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Old Nov 27, 2004, 11:58 AM
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Martin Muller and Benoit Dierickx presented pactically the same aeromusicals as in Slow Flyer 2004. Is often habit to have the same musical on every meeting?
Who standed on first three places in AM and F3A-I?
I can guess (AMs):
1. BPLR
2. Benoit Dierickx
3. Martin Muller
(but I know that's wrong)
BTW - you have one mistake in videos, Martin Muller, not "Martin Mueller"
And a bit OT: What about Slow Flyer 2005?


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Yeah, I guess that it is the norm - to use the same music, and only modify /improve / make it gradually more difficult.
Otherwise you would have to learn always a complete new program, which might cost you a lot of time etc..

The first in AM:

1. Lombart
2. BPLR
3. Dierickx

All the results are on this page , the attached Excel file on the bottom.

For SF 2005, look here.
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Old Nov 28, 2004, 01:46 AM
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David, can You tell us more about BPLR's plane, the Reflex. Which motor, battery and prop was he using? Looks like typical equipment for a 80cm shockflyer but in a much bigger 1mx1m plane resulting in a very low wing loading. I noticed he has two aileron servos, is he using flap-elevator mixing in his freestyle?

Can't tell you about the actual specs of his but http://www.newpower-modelisme.com produce the kit. I think they will be doing the Evolution bipe as well.

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Old Nov 28, 2004, 06:33 AM
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But... the same musicals could make next meetings little boring (???)

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Old Nov 29, 2004, 07:05 AM
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Hi!

I asked Benoit for details of his Revolution (edit: not Reflex, I think my thoughts were anywhere but not here )
wingspan: 85 cm
length: 90 cm
weight: 179 g
motor: Micro Cyclon

About the freestyle of Martin: It is very important for him to use everything of the music, every beat and so on and convert it into flying. He wants to know in every second where in the hall he has to be and what he has to fly. To develop such a program and train it, costs a lot of time and we don`t have a hall for every day. If we were lucky, we would get it one time the week.
But for the next German Mastership in spring he wants to develop a new program with new music.

Best regards,
Stephanie

P.S.: I`m sure I`ve seen Martins freestyletraining- and competition-flights and heard the music a few 100 times and I like to see many other freestyles of other pilots many times. I think this is very interesting. You could discover every time something new and learn a lot. Indoor the 2 minutes are cramed full with so many figures and details, so that it is impossible to know the program after watching it one time. I think you have to watch it at least 10 times until you could say its boring!
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Old Nov 30, 2004, 12:48 AM
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I asked Benoit for details of his Reflex:
wingspan: 85 cm
length: 90 cm
weight: 179 g
motor: Micro Cyclon
Stephanie, are You sure those are the measurements for the Reflex, his freestyle model? They look more like the Revolution, this F3AI bipe? At least on the ZN Line site the Reflex is said to be 1x1m and the Revolution 85x90cm.
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Old Nov 30, 2004, 03:02 AM
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That freestyle video of Benoit Paysant Le Roux is just unbelievable!
I can't get this video to load - MS Media Player can't find the codec. Where do I get it from?

TIA, Neil.
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Old Nov 30, 2004, 03:36 AM
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I can't get this video to load - MS Media Player can't find the codec. Where do I get it from?

TIA, Neil.
Neil, it is divx - go to www.divx.com and get the most recent free codec.

Get it manually, WMP never manages to get it automatically.
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