DAVE BRUMSTEAD reviews this A.R.T.F. model from Hobby Engine
|Steve Nichols 1||04/09/2009 08:52:13|
|3 forum posts|
Hi I am new to any kind of model boating. I bought the Live at the extreme model. I carried out all instructions to the letter. I then took a trip down to my local lake and watched the boat nod it`s head. I eased the sails out to allow the very light breeze to spill, this made no difference and she just lay on her side.
I have been to my local model boating club and even the expierenced sailers cannot get this thing to sail. Please can someone let me know the secret with this model.
|Colin Bishop||04/09/2009 09:02:09|
4756 forum posts
You have already started a thread on this subject Steve! Have a look at the Model Boat Mayhem link I posted.
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