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G,day again

Postby Brute » 02 Oct 2020, 23:44

I`m not totally new here but it`s been 3 or 4 years since I`ve posted . Sold my Revo 11 back in 2017 due to Illness . Wanted to get back into it so bought another brand new Revo 11 back in July and haven`t had a chance to use it yet due to shutdowns , so hopefully in the next few weeks we`ll be set free . Keep thinking maybe I should have got something more stable than a Revo so maybe I`ll get some of those floaty things out the side . I`ve bumped into a few members here in the past so hopefully I`ll bump into some more of you again . :thumbsup:
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Re: G,day again

Postby outback paul » 03 Oct 2020, 13:19

Hey Bruce,
Good choice! The Revo may feel a bit tippy at first, with primary stability not being as good as some other Hobies, but it's secondary stability is excellent, so it's ideal when the sea chops up a bit (mine's the Revo 13 so I probably get a slightly smoother ride).
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Re: G,day again

Postby shane » 03 Oct 2020, 21:26

Welcome back Bruce. :clap: Hopefully I'll see you out on the water again soon. :up:
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Re: G,day again

Postby Brute » 04 Oct 2020, 21:25

outback paul wrote:Hey Bruce,
Good choice! The Revo may feel a bit tippy at first, with primary stability not being as good as some other Hobies, but it's secondary stability is excellent, so it's ideal when the sea chops up a bit (mine's the Revo 13 so I probably get a slightly smoother ride).

The Revo does have its advantages , nice and light , easy to transport and maneuverable . I`ve had no probs pedaling in rough seas , but I can`t get to the front hatch when anchored and have the odd prob getting stuff from behind me (more so when rough) other than that I love it . Looking forward to the new one with the better seat and reverse .
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Re: G,day again

Postby Brute » 04 Oct 2020, 21:25

shane wrote:Welcome back Bruce. :clap: Hopefully I'll see you out on the water again soon. :up:

Looking forward to it Shane . :yahoo:
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Re: G,day again

Postby bruyaka » 12 Oct 2020, 19:57

Great your back into it :up: . Nearly :| . Good luck when you get a chance . :up:
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