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    Sail set up suggestions

    Can someone advise me of the proper sail setup. Does this look correct? Did not connect to electronics as yet. Pic on the manual looks similar. Including the manual cover pic and boat as is pics. Thanks Ron
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    Thanks for your help Guys, FORGEDABOUTIT! Ron

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    The sails look to be "normal" once you connect them to the servo you will be able to determine if you have to make any tweaks.
    Do you have any sailing clubs in your area. If so, it would be great for you contact them. Always good to learn from more experienced
    sailors/builders.
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    Thanks for the info. I'll have to wait until electronics is in. It may sit on a shelf awhile as I have others to sail. One sat for 5 years or more. Ron

    Quote Originally Posted by boomer1 View Post
    Ron
    The sails look to be "normal" once you connect them to the servo you will be able to determine if you have to make any tweaks.
    Do you have any sailing clubs in your area. If so, it would be great for you contact them. Always good to learn from more experienced
    sailors/builders.
    Boomer
    Thanks for your help Guys, FORGEDABOUTIT! Ron

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    When you get around to it, let us know how it worked out

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    Will do! Its almost ready and when I get a chance I will play with the servos etc. WOW! Thats some long keel. Thanks Ron
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    Thanks for your help Guys, FORGEDABOUTIT! Ron

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    Check out this diagram, should help you get the sail set up you are looking for.
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    Thanks, will use when setting up. Ron

    Quote Originally Posted by boomer1 View Post
    Check out this diagram, should help you get the sail set up you are looking for.
    Boomer
    Thanks for your help Guys, FORGEDABOUTIT! Ron


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