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Guest 25th June 2007 10:19 PM

Question to Remi-Code Red r2 11.6
 
Hi,

My question is if she will working good with my Powerex Z-speed 550 IMCS 39 or will be necessary to get Severne mast.
Also let me know if anybody else have a special detail to tune up the sail with this mast .
Regards.

Remi 26th June 2007 05:13 AM

RE: Question to Remi-Code Red r2 11.6
 
Hi ????

I never try this mast on the sail, but if I am not wrong, this mast have a biger diameter and is really heavy. The diameter must be not a problem, but the stifness is too much. This sail is for the Red Line 550 imcs 34 with a tip exension of 30 cm.

All the best

Guest 26th June 2007 08:52 AM

RE: RE: question to Remi-Code Red r2 11.6
 
Thanks for your promt reply.
Roberto

Unregistered 26th August 2007 09:09 PM

Code Red R2 11,6
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Guest (Post 11784)
Thanks for your promt reply.
Roberto

What is the correct setup for this sails.
Thanks in advance. Roberto

pfaffi 27th August 2007 08:22 PM

Cr2 11,6
 
My 11,6 is working best with Severne RL 550 +27cm Tip Ext. and for more light wind power using the YES 560 37 100%C with 31cm Tip Ext. I trim down to 591cm, not to loose than it will be to flat. Upwind +2cm outhole and downwind up to -12cm.
BR peter

Unregistered 3rd September 2007 03:59 PM

Did the CODE RED R2 have camber roatation without problem?

Unregistered 3rd September 2007 04:01 PM

Did the CODE RED R2 have camber rotation without problem?

Remi 3rd September 2007 06:46 PM

The Code Red R2 have a better cam rotation compare to the last model this due to the new cams.

All the best

Unregistered 7th September 2007 08:27 PM

Hm

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

cheers

Remi 7th September 2007 09:39 PM

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


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