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Old 6th January 2009, 04:04 PM   #17
tonymatta
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To Remi

I got a respons from Jesper Orth saying that it was a starboard not Severne product and that I should address the concern to you.

I don't believe it is a good idea to cut the camber as suggested in the quote above because the camber doesn't have much plastic in the sides(I guess for weight). I have tried triming a little off the sail shoulder where the camber sits and have had some improvement in Rotation.

I can now get it around with a hard pump or two. Will it improve more with cutting more or is this of limited benefit only?

I can get it back to original with spacers if necessary but I don't want to cause irreparable damage to the sail. Help Please!!
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