SEN 1210 4 May 2008
- Category: Archive 2008
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- Bukin F1G for sale
- Rubber Lube
- Donations to the USA Junior FF Team via FAI Model Supply
- Comment on F1J Sporting Code Anomally
- Looking for Magic F1H
- LH Bike & Shed Sort
- Stonehenge is now indoors ?
Bukin F1G For sale
I have one Bukin F1G remaining for sale. D box wings, 3 function timer and simple MS front end. Minor repair on one wing , otherwise like new.
$350.00 including shipping in con USA.
Donations to USA Junior Team Fund thru FAI Model Supply
For several years FAI has had matching funds for the Junior Team.
This year with your order, we match any donation up to $10.00.
That means that if you donate $ 10.00 through an order with FAI MODEL
SUPPLY, we will send $ 20.00 to AMA designated for the USA Junior Team.
Happy Flying! John and Sally GOOD LUCK JUNIORS!
Comment on F1J Sporting Code anomally
From: Chuck Markos and Ian Kaynes
Re Chuck Markos' comment in SEN 1207, this error has already been noted. Rather than re-issue the 2008 Sporting Code, which could result in a lot of people reprinting a copy of the code, the following notice was posted on the CIAM homepage on March 3 2008:
2008 edition of the F1 Sporting Code.
An error has been identified in rules 3.J.5 & 3.P.5. The rules should read as follows:
3.J.5. b) The motor run exceeds 5 seconds from the release of the model.
3.P.5. b) The motor run exceeds 7 seconds from the release of the model.
These errors will be corrected in the 2009 edition of the Sporting Code.
Looking for Magic F1H
From: Lee Hines
Stonehenge Query - Indoor Events ?
With further reference to the excellent British publication F/F Forum, or 3F as it's know colloquially, and the imminent scheduling of the Stonehenge Cup and co-located World Food Ordering Championship event, during the evening gathering at the renowned hostelry, the Bustard: the thought immediately springs to mind, what with this being an "Indoor" venue, will the Organizers take advantage of this fortuitous coincidence by providing a "Wood Selection" buffet ? It seems this would be an ideal setting for those lucky enough to have already read and memorized their copy of Bob Bailey's latest 3F article, to put their newly honed skills to the test in this setting of International camaraderie, by getting to grips hands-on with some really challenging Wood Selection, while staying safely out of weather for which Stonehenge, and indeed the entire British Isles is synonymous, ie Indoors.