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Old 11-18-2011, 11:06 PM   #501
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Serves me right for taking a night off the build... One night of no updates and the thread heads into the toilet
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Your NOT innocent here either bud. You keep adding big DUMPS in here as well.

It started civil trying to tell Brad about one simple rule for IMAC and somehow we got dragged into the evils of mixxing
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Old 11-18-2011, 11:10 PM   #502
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Jim... You're just avoiding Jack's challenge!!! Please explain how mixes are "scale"????

How did talking about a simple requirement for a pilot turn into a discussion of the morality of using mixes for flying?

So neither you or Jack touch anything on the radio when flying? No trimming , nothing?

Again give me one of your planes that you trimmed and mixxed in aileron and or rudder to negate roll coupling and I'll come in first in Unlimited? I don't think so. Stilll the tallent on the end of the sticks that flies the airplane, NOT the radio.
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Old 11-18-2011, 11:10 PM   #503
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Re: BBT Lightened 43% Edge w/ Piped ZDZ180

You're totally right Jim!!!... We should just drop it about mixing!!

Jack is right and we need to give him that

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How did talking about a simple requirement for a pilot turn into a discussion of the morality of using mixes for flying?

So neither you or Jack touch anything on the radio when flying? No trimming , nothing?

Again give me one of your planes that you trimmed and mixxed in aileron and or rudder to negate roll coupling and I'll come in first in Unlimited? I don't think so. Stilll the tallent on the end of the sticks that flies the airplane, NOT the radio.
I'm a CHEATER!!!
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Jack is right!!!
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Jeeeem doesn't fly scale
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Old 11-18-2011, 11:17 PM   #505
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How did talking about a simple requirement for a pilot turn into a discussion of the morality of using mixes for flying?

So neither you or Jack touch anything on the radio when flying? No trimming , nothing?

Again give me one of your planes that you trimmed and mixxed in aileron and or rudder to negate roll coupling and I'll come in first in Unlimited? I don't think so. Stilll the tallent on the end of the sticks that flies the airplane, NOT the radio.
You still can't grasp it!!!

Your talent is somewhat enhanced with the mixing....otherwise you and only your skills would fly the plane.

Trimming is not mixing!! Balancing is not mixing!!

Coupling control surfaces by means of electronics is mixing...cheating...NON SCALE!!
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Old 11-18-2011, 11:26 PM   #506
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Jim, when you only have to apply one control input on the TX when the pilot has to apply 2-3-maybe 4 inputs to do the same manouver...that's mixing...that's cheating...that's not scale!!


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You're totally right Jim!!!... We should just drop it about mixing!!

Jack is right and we need to give him that

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Right about what?

Full scale pilots have a distinct advantage us modelers don't.

They get to experience the flight. That experiencing allows the mind to interpurt things our eyes just can't see when we are standing on the ground.

Besides a lot of airplanes are equipped with a little thing called an autopilot. So who is cheating now?
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[QUOTE=scaleguy;885769]Right about what?

Full scale pilots have a distinct advantage us modelers don't.

They get to experience the flight. That experiencing allows the mind to interpurt things our eyes just can't see when we are standing on the ground.

Besides a lot of airplanes are equipped with a little thing called an autopilot. So who is cheating now?[/Q


ROTFLMAO!!!!

So where's the validity in that statement where it says it's OK to only have one TX input to perform the same manouver the pilot requires 3 inputs (no matter what he/she..you/I..see/hear/feel/experience)??

Autopilot?? Fits in an aerobatic performance...where??

Like my new AVATAR Jim??
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Right about what?

Full scale pilots have a distinct advantage us modelers don't.

They get to experience the flight. That experiencing allows the mind to interpurt things our eyes just can't see when we are standing on the ground.

Besides a lot of airplanes are equipped with a little thing called an autopilot. So who is cheating now?[/Q


ROTFLMAO!!!!

So where's the validity in that statement where it says it's OK to only have one TX input to perform the same manouver the pilot requires 3 inputs (no matter what he/she..you/I..see/hear/feel/experience)??

Autopilot?? Fits in an aerobatic performance...where??

Like my new AVATAR Jim??
Jack,

I'm a little confussed. Where did I ever state, mention , advocate anything about mixxing and flying for competition or at any other time.

I was discussing a rule. You jumped in and went way off to left field ranting about the evils of mixxing which no one was even talking about.

You still have not answered my question about your aircraft having no trim or adjustments to make it fly better.

So I supose your Ford F350 has a manual transmission, leaf springs and rack & pinion steering? Irrelavent to current discussion I know but same relevancy as mixing has to scale pilot requirment for competition.

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I guess if you are not playing with dolls you must be playing with yourslef so that would make you just a normal everday QUEEN!

Jeeeeeeeeeeeeem If im not playing with dolls.... I must be flying

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