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  1. #15
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    Fine work sir. Looks good to me.

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    Thanks Phil. I appreciate the feedback.

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    Looks a good improvement to me as well, especially with a 7.5m cammed sail.

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    Some solid improvement on all counts, good rig control, foot work and wind awareness, on the second gybe you pinched the exit a bit so lost some speed but that's nitpicking, very very well done!
    The Windsurfer Formally Known as JKRR - TWFKJKRR or "Him in the Red Shorts"

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    Quote Originally Posted by phil_in_poole View Post
    Looks a good improvement to me as well, especially with a 7.5m cammed sail.
    Cheers Phil, It is more difficult flipping a bigger sail for sure. It picked up to about 20 knots but couldnt be bothered changing down sail size. Instead I changed down to a 97 litre board.
    Last edited by Quas; 25th February 2018 at 12:08 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jknhismassivevan View Post
    Some solid improvement on all counts, good rig control, foot work and wind awareness, on the second gybe you pinched the exit a bit so lost some speed but that's nitpicking, very very well done!
    Thanks for the feedback. no worries I think nitpicking is necessary to improve something as difficult as gybing. I still think Im stepping forward too late and hence pinching some of my gybes. Im probably sheeting in for too long and need more clew first sailing.

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