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Cobram Scale Aerotow 2013

Posted on Jan 4, 2014 in Event Reports

I look back on the weekend with withdrawal symptoms wishing I was still there. It’s been a while since I have had such a great weekend of flying, fun and camaraderie. The Cup weekend event run by the MMAC at Cobram has been slowly building over the past few years, and this year, it’s fourth was by far the biggest and most impressive. All the image galleries from the event available here For a few, the weekend started a...

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Cobram Queens Aero Tow & Fun Fly June 2013

Posted on Jun 20, 2013 in Event Reports

“Cobram Queens” Aero Tow & Fun Fly 8-10th June 2013 (Where-Da-Fukin-H)   Well here we are with our first Queens birthday long weekend Aero Tow & Fun Fly. What started out as a question, “What are you doing for the long weekend?” has turned out to be an awesome fun weekend of aero modeling to the highest level.  A couple of phone calls and a couple of adds on (http://www.scalesoaring.com.au/ &  http://www.mmac.asn.au) has started what will probably be known...

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Basic R/C Knowledge

Posted on Apr 22, 2013 in News

BASIC R/C KNOWLEDGE Part 1 By Jason Sagaidak ARF aircraft!!!!!!! Where do I start ?? As most who know me, know I’m not really fond of the cheaper line of ARF model kits and computer radios for beginners. “Why?” I here you ask. Although ARF kits have been good for the hobby they have been equally as bad. Yes they have probably gotten more people into the hobby and yes they are cheaper than building one from plans or scratch, and...

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Basic Electrics for R/C models

Posted on Feb 7, 2013 in Tips

  BASIC ELECTRICS FOR R/C MODELS BY JASON SAGAIDAK (MMAC education officer) Ok so you want to try electric r/c model aircraft but don’t know where or how to start? Been disappointed with the performance of that ARF electric model you purchased? Got an old IC model at home that you thought might make a good electric one? THEN READ ON Right –o-then ,I don’t claim to know everything about electric r/c modelling however I can put you in touch with...

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Weather-proof shelter

Posted on Sep 23, 2011 in News

Work  has been completed on the replacement of the old shade cloth on the flight line with a significant tin roof area. A huge amount of work has been put in by those at the club working bee. Many thanks to sponsers and the Moira Shire Council and to Club members for making this magnificent all weather structure happen. View more images from the...

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