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Old 26 October 2009, 05:06   #121
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Old 26 October 2009, 06:05   #122
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Awesome Matt.

I took the SR4 out on Saturday in similar conditions. I had a few heart stopping moments when the boat takes off and doesn't seem to want to come back down.
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Old 26 October 2009, 06:10   #123
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I'd poop myself if my little Searider ever managed some of those interesting "air" techniques demonstrated by Matt - no wonder his sensible wife had concerns

JSP your Searider seems very stable - or at least the image does - compared to Matts - so Matt are you able to get your RIB to fly - and if you'd chosen to, the ride would /could have been more horizontal than vertical - or was the weather the real issue.

Cracking video though really shows how stable your beastie is

Note to self - decline ride with Matt in anything more than a F3
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Old 26 October 2009, 06:17   #124
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I'd poop myself if my little Searider ever managed some of those interesting "air" techniques demonstrated by Matt - no wonder his sensible wife had concerns

JSP your Searider seems very stable - or at least the image does - compared to Matts - so Matt are you able to get your RIB to fly - and if you'd chosen to, the ride would /could have been more horizontal than vertical - or was the weather the real issue.

Cracking video though really shows how stable your beastie is

Note to self - decline ride with Matt in anything more than a F3
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it's Chris's Video. Matt wanted it on this thread too. I wasn't there.
And your searider would handle it fine. Matt just likes to fly

There's a video on here somewhere of Matt flying in a searider.
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Here it is, another vid by Chris from his boat with Matt H in the background.
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JSP - thanks - so essentially all RIBs can fly if you have Matt at the helm

It really gives you a feel for what they can achieve though - I certainly have a lot of growing room

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I'd poop myself if my little Searider ever managed some of those interesting "air" techniques demonstrated by Matt - no wonder his sensible wife had concerns

JSP your Searider seems very stable - or at least the image does - compared to Matts - so Matt are you able to get your RIB to fly - and if you'd chosen to, the ride would /could have been more horizontal than vertical - or was the weather the real issue.

Cracking video though really shows how stable your beastie is

Note to self - decline ride with Matt in anything more than a F3

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Hi Jean, was great fun, yeh i trimmed up a little more than normal to get it to do this.
the weather was right on the nose blowing 40 knots which also helps, all in all a great weather for a fantastic days ribbing!!
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Thanks Matt - so it's trimming up that helps - so I'm guessing the opposite is true - the further you trim down the more solid the ride??

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Thanks Matt - so it's trimming up that helps - so I'm guessing the opposite is true - the further you trim down the more solid the ride??

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Basics are trim down/in and brings the bow down. Trim out/up raises the bow. But it depends on the sea state which trim gives the better ride.
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Coxing the 'MH' way!

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Basics are trim down/in and brings the bow down. Trim out/up raises the bow. But it depends on the sea state which trim gives the better ride.
Or..Do what Matt h does,trim right out till you begin to 'Chine walk' [Regardless of Sea state/Weather],Punch it till Full throttle! AND YOUR THERE! OH,..and Hang On!
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