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1st January 2008 08:02 PM
Unregistered 11,7-11-10-9-8,3-7,7-6,7-6,1-5,6-5,1-4,6
They used the new production sails at the formula worlds. They look much fuller the cr2 and guys where going good on them. Maybee there soon is to be some news on them?
31st December 2007 04:44 AM
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code red 2008

Any news about code red 2008? Sizes?
Thanks in advance.
24th October 2007 10:03 AM
pfaffi
CR11,6 cam rotation

cam rotation relates to the downhole, the mast stiffness in the lower section and the mast diameter and of course the shape of the sail. If you use an mast stiffer than recomended and/or dont downhole enough you will never be happy with the cam rotation. Start using a soft mast and find the sweet point of rotation. We are using tools to set the correct downhole and to be able to set enough.
BR peter .
17th October 2007 12:25 PM
Remi Hi

Thanks to be patient.

All the best
15th October 2007 08:34 PM
Unregistered
Code red 2008

Any news about code red 2008? Sizes?
Thanks in advance.
14th September 2007 03:24 AM
Remi Hi ????

Which mast you use on your Code Red R2? You must have no rotation problems. If yes reduce the tension on the batten and the problem will disaeped

All the best
12th September 2007 10:28 AM
Cote Miranda How well is going this sail, compared to the rs racing? Any comments? Competition results? etc...
7th September 2007 10:38 PM
Unregistered ok thanks

I have code red and I am wery disappoint with cam rotation and that is big problem in racing after yibe.
For now I wait new race severne sail.Iff new sail havent cam rotation problem I want them 100%.
Iff somebody have some information about new severne racing sail 2008 please share it with us.

cheers
7th September 2007 09:39 PM
Remi No you really have a better cam rotation, you don't need any more to take care about them during the rotation

All the best
7th September 2007 08:27 PM
Unregistered Hm

"the better cam rotation" its mean cam rotation problem is present but the percent is uncommon?

cheers
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