Making Your RC Laser Go Faster

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making your RC Laser go faster

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Making Your RC Laser Go Faster

INTRODUCTION

Introduction
About Tips & Hints
How You Can Contribute to Tips & Hints

GETTING STARTED

Assembling Your Boat
Your First Sail

TAKING CARE OF YOUR RC LASER

Care & Handling
Batteries
Radio
Protection & Maintenance
Protection & Maintenance (continued)
Packing the Gear Away in the Bag
Packing Your Boat for Transport

FINE TUNING YOUR RC LASER

The RC Laser’s Range (How Far Away Can I Sail?)
Changing Transmitter Batteries While Sailing
Adjusting Your Mainsheet
Adjusting Your Control (Monofilament) Line
Sail Selection
Sail Shape
Mast Bend
Getting Out of Irons

PROBLEMS & TROUBLE-SHOOTING

Hull Leaks
Torn Sails
De-bonding of Reinforcing Strip on Sail Trailing Edge
The Rudder Does Not Move Freely
Monofilament Line has Come off the Drum
Replacing the Monofilament Line
Broken Antenna Tube (Boat)
Deck Mounted On-Off Switch Has Ceased to Function
Servo Positioning Blocks Come Adrift
Replacing a Servo Servo Teeth Broken
Shaking Servo

MODIFICATIONS

Protecting Your Fingers from the Boom Sliders
Modified Out-Hall and Main-Sheet Attachment
Antenna Modifications to Improve Range
Installing an Additional cockpit Water Barrier
Boat Numbering
Decorating Your Boat
Installing a Bow Bumper

BONUS MATERIAL

About Boat Speed
Using the Leech Telltales (the Silver Streamers)
Advice for Running Downwind
Adjusting the Mainsheet Sliders
Sheeting System Shock Elastic Diagram
Leeward Mark Rounding

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