NSWRA Cert 1 - Lone motor cases.

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NSWRA Cert 1 - Lone motor cases.

Postby CATO » Thu Jun 20, 2013 7:28 am

Hi NSWRA members, don't know if I have mentioned this before, but if anyone is needing a lone motor case for a TRANSW cert 1 attempt, pls PM me. I have CTI & AT, in 29 & 38mm.

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Re: NSWRA Cert 1 - Lone motor cases.

Postby BerowraRocketBoy » Thu Jun 20, 2013 9:10 am

Not exactly on topic, but do you guys (TRANSW) offer the Tripoli mentor program?

Just that I'm 15 and would be looking at getting my level one cert. some time during the next couple of years.
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Re: NSWRA Cert 1 - Lone motor cases.

Postby ROCKet STAR » Thu Jun 20, 2013 9:26 am

CATO wrote:Hi NSWRA members, don't know if I have mentioned this before, but if anyone is needing a lone motor case for a TRANSW cert 1 attempt, pls PM me. I have CTI & AT, in 29 & 38mm.


Thanks David, I'm sure there will be members who will take you up on that kind offer.

BerowraRocketBoy wrote:Not exactly on topic, but do you guys (TRANSW) offer the Tripoli mentor program?


Hi Campbell,

We haven't done to date, however that is not to say that it is not something we could possibly implement. I'm not too familiar with exactly what is involved, however leave it with me, and I'll investigate it, and whether local regulations would permit it.
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Re: NSWRA Cert 1 - Lone motor cases.

Postby BerowraRocketBoy » Thu Jun 20, 2013 11:00 am

Thanks! Just that Thunda is in 2015 and I wont yet be 18 by then, so I'd like to be able to get a few high power birds up when the event is on
MPR cert: Grey Dot on an F52-8T

Level 1 cert: Ok... so maybe I was a little optimistic putting this in. But if I do do it, then it'll be something fast.


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