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Monos built strickly for SAW?

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#241 Ralf Moser

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Posted 10 February 2018 - 08:48 AM

Thx John.

Christian, this is pretty obvious, i think it was already claimed as illegal in this thread ;)

#242 John Finch

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Posted 12 February 2018 - 07:02 AM



You must also look at hydro hull classifications in the rule book to see if items like this make the boat a hydro.  Example..........on page K4 of Technical Standards second paragraph under HYDRO HULL DEFINITIONS AND RESRICTIONS in the IMPBA rule book it states in section F .... Hydrofoil Suspension hulls.........

Hydrofoil suspension hulls will have a hull which may be, but is not restricted to, a monoplane style that is lifted free of the water when operated at speed by skis or foils which are secured to the hull with struts.  What you have is an appendage with skis, so it would fall into the hydro class.



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#243 Christian Lucas

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Posted 12 February 2018 - 07:38 AM

Hello John,

yes ,i run them on the transom of Octura SK Daddle 20 , but yes its like a canard with outrigged sponson.

Happy Amps Christian

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