Setup Session prior to normal racing.

Date/Time
Date(s) - 15/01/2019
8:30 am - 9:45 am

Location
Puddleduck Vinyard

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Admiral
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A boat setup session has been planned prior to normal DF95 racing today.
The session will cover the basics of a good setup and those adjustments needed when conditions change.
After this all boats are to be setup identically and put on the water to test the difference(s).
At the conclusion of the session, normal races will get underway.

This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. Predator

    Sounds like a plan.
    Will be interesting to see how the 95’s perform with identical setups.
    Better bring the camera & tripod.

  2. Kermit
    Kermit

    longtall for those who cannot be there on the day how will they be accommodated

  3. Predator

    It’s unlikely that I will make it by 8:30 but I will be there as soon as I can.
    Should be an interesting day.

  4. RonB
    RonB

    I will try to be there but cannot guarantee it at this stage

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    Longtall

    Thanks for all your responses and interest. I will try to make it as informative and useful as possible.
    Starting at 8.30am sharp.
    Cheers

  6. Crossbones
    Crossbones

    Definitely be there, sounds extremely interesting.

  7. Kermit
    Kermit

    UNFORTUNATELY I WILL NOT BE THERE DUE TO A FUNERAL I TRIED TO GET OUT OF IT I EXPLAINED THAT I REALLY NEEDED TO GO I NEEDED TO TUNE THE BOAT I EVEN PROMISED TO LET HER HAVE THE TV REMOTE CONTROL FOR A FEW DAYS BUT NO ….IT SEEMS HER BROTHERS FUNERAL IS MORE IMPORTANT

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    Longtall

    Don’t fret Kermit. I’ll keep some notes from the session for you. 🤔

  9. Pete
    Pete

    It was a ripper session, and the proof of the pudding was the very close racing following the session. Thank you and well done Col.

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    Longtall

    Thanks Pete, and thank you everyone for attending.
    The announcement on the second session for DF65’s with Kyle will be made soon.
    Following this we may look at other sessions focussed on other aspects of RC racing to even further tighten up the field.

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