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New file uploaded to FootyUSA Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the FootyUSA group. File : /Six-incher

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Dec 21, 2014
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New file uploaded to FootyUSA Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the FootyUSA group. File : /Lincolns

FootyUSA@yahoogroups.com
Dec 19, 2014
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New file uploaded to FootyUSA Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the FootyUSA group. File : /Lincolns

FootyUSA@yahoogroups.com
Dec 19, 2014
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Re: footy speed limit, or, a bestiary of alternative footy types I just bought the Model Yachting footy issue and saw your proa, or, I think, an earlier version that was heavier.. I had assumed that it was a double ended

rnlocnil
Dec 19, 2014
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Re: footy speed limit, or, a bestiary of alternative footy types Oh, and the all up weight of my proa as is: 165 grams. That is heavy because I built the boat robust, I wasn't sure of the loads it would endure. I can

niel1055
Dec 16, 2014
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Re: footy speed limit, or, a bestiary of alternative footy types Well, my proa tacks as quickly as any of my other Footies. Having no lead bulb to weigh things down and only a vestigial keel fin (which it probably doesn't

niel1055
Dec 16, 2014
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Re: footy speed limit, or, a bestiary of alternative footy types P.S. Backup plan is that someone else runs with the ideas or at least the boat. I have many projects. But footies are fascinating.

rnlocnil
Dec 16, 2014
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Re: footy speed limit, or, a bestiary of alternative footy types Thanks for the encouragement. While 250 g is much closer than 500g, if you geometrically scaled down a Mini Transat to Footy size, the displacement would be

rnlocnil
Dec 16, 2014
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Re: footy speed limit, or, a bestiary of alternative footy types Some interesting ideas...thinking inside the box, for sure. Successful Footys are being built on the lighter side. Since it's an international class, we use

mudhenk27
Dec 15, 2014
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footy speed limit, or, a bestiary of alternative footy types Seems like everyone's footies are completely limited by hull speed, unlike classes with longer waterlines and light displacements for their length. For a 1

rnlocnil
Dec 13, 2014
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Re: 2014 Region 1 Champs Hi Walt, I actually just use a single battery. The fully charged voltage on a 3.6V pack is about 4.1V which is enough to power the receiver/servos. You

pea92182
Nov 11, 2014
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Re: 2014 Region 1 Champs Nathan, Do you use a single 3.6V battery? Or do you use a 7.2V pack? Walt Hollinger Mahwah, NJ Footy #40 & #95

hollinger.walter
Nov 10, 2014
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Footy sailors near annapolis, md. I was wondering if there are any footy sailors near Annapolis, MD. My son and I have a couple of footies, and a place to sail, but were looking for some more

zimmermankurt18
Nov 1, 2014
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Re: 2014 Region 1 Champs Thanks, Nathan. Love the prices and the weights. Great info for anyone building a Footy on either a cost or a weight budget.

mudhenk27
Aug 27, 2014
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Re: 2014 Region 1 Champs Bill, I use the cheap stuff from hobby king. The sail servo is a "12g" which is really about 15g.

pea92182
Aug 27, 2014
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