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    Re: power fin
    There is a traditional version of the fin, Chinese if I remember correctly. It's called the Yuloh. It's a long sweep over the stern, balanced on a fulcrum but it also has a
    lanyard
    which is fastened between the oar and the boat and evidently this makes the oar move in the figure of eight movement just by pushing back and fore. I know that sounds a bit vague, but it's a difficult thing to describe. I am a great believer in sculling, so much easier to handle a boat in confined spaces. Unfortunately it's not often seen in amateur boating circles, but is mainly used by professional boatmen such as sailing barge crews. Nerys
    10 months ago by Nerys
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    Mtronics ESC's
    Just me pulling your
    lanyard
    Admiral😁 In the UK QC can mean either Queen's Counsel, a very high ranking lawyer / advocate, or Quality Control. πŸ˜‰ 😎
    1 year ago by RNinMunich
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    transmitter information
    Hi Mariner, On the associated RX there should be socket marked 'BIND' or possibly 'BIND/BATT'. That's where you plug your '
    lanyard
    ' in for the binding process. It's only a shorting plug between the signal pin and ground which tells the RX to go in to binding mode. Can you post the make and model number of your TX and RX please. I may have the manuals in my archive. But the binding process is essentially the same for all 2.4GHz sets. It's necessary so that your RX knows the signature, and hence hopping sequence, of your TX and will only respond to that and no others. Cheers, Doug 😎
    2 years ago by RNinMunich


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