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Tuning Guide

Blog articles related to boat speed and tuning.

RS400 Wing Wangs – What’s under the bonnet?

By Steve Cockerill 22nd February 2022

It was time to change my Wing Wang Primary Lines on my RS400 and I had noticed that the wing wangs on my club boat were far easier than my race boat. There were three differences: The blocks on the club boat were 40mm Harken and on the race boat, 29mm Harken.   The launch line on the club boat was under the Wing Wang Primaries.  And the primary lines were much smoother than on the race boat.  So I set about copying the club boat set up, made up a pair of primary lines that can be cow spliced onto the 40mm...

Gybing an RS400 - Update

Gybing an RS400 Gybing an RS400 can be trickier than some other dinghy classes due to its size, speed and...

By Steve Cockerill 22nd February 2022

Aero Upgrade By Mark Riddington.

I have owned an Aero for 5 years, and in March 2021 decided to take advantage of the Boat Show...

By Rooster Ambassador 22nd February 2022

Pro-Lace Boots Unboxed Close-Up

  The Pro Laced Boots (made from 4mm lined neoprene) have been developed to give the wearer ultimate support for...

By Emma Ralph 22nd February 2022

Rigging an Old Style Laser 6:1 Kicker

(Previous Rooster Blog article from Oct 2015 - updated and restored) For those of us who have been using the...

By Steve Cockerill 22nd February 2022