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TheY-32 Sailing Model Yachtyou havepurchasedhasbeencarefully assembled,finishedand fully riggedfor sailing.This packageiucludesa Stateof the Art 2 channelradio control unit including a theFCC assignedT5NtpModel Boat/Car High-PowerIC sail control seryo.This unit operates'on Frequency.Before packaging,themodelhasbeenfully testedto insurepropercontrol response.The unit is easilypreparedfor sailingandshouldtakeapproximately15 minutesto setup. The only tool required is a screwdriver. Carefully removeall componentsfrom the shippingcartonandinspectfor shippingdamage.Unroll the masVsailassemblyand lay out on a flat cleanstrrface.Report anydamageto ydur dealeror direct to VICTOR MODEL PRODUCTS. Before startingit is suggested that you fashiona work standto supportthe hull in during setup. This ' canbe madefrom a cardboardbox to fit the hull and deepenoughto clearthe keel and rudder.

HULL PREPARATION CAUTION: DO NOT INSTAII TI{E KEELWITHOI,JT USiNGTI# WINGNUT TO PRE\TENT ACCIDENTALDR.OPPING OFTIIE KEEL. 1.

Insertthe keel fin into thehull slotfully. Thru the hatch openinginstallthe gasket, washerand wing nut onto the keelstud and tightentill the gasketis slightly compressed

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Inserttlt ruddershaftinto the hull tube. Thnr the hatch openinginstall the rudder ' arm and control rod assembly(redsideup) onto the ruddershaft.Positionthe arm 90" to the rudder and slightly tigbten the holding screw.

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RUDDER NOTE: If the model is to be sailedin saltwater,we recommend coatingthe ruddershaftwith VASELINEbeforeinstalling. After use,rinse the salt wateroffwith freshwater.


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SAIL PREPARATION

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L On a flat cleansurface,lay the sailsandmastout.Positionthe mainandjib clubsalongthefoot of eachsail.Passthe blackwire loopofeachsailovertheendof eachclub.Connectthe outhaul wire hookto eachsail eyelet

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with 2. Locatethe two 2 wire sidestays attached. thebrassspreaders the longer brass spreader lnsert fully throughthe mast 1/8" dia hole locatedat the centerof the mast. Plugthe oppositespreaderonto the protrudingbrasssocket.

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1. Connectthejib club swiveltothe forwarddeckscreweveasshown. screwheadinto 2. Positionthe mastbase both sidestay Attach the decksocket. loopsto their respectivedeckscreweyes. Connectthe backstaybowsieloopto the backstaydeckscreweye.

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3. Rotatethe mastjack brassarmin thebase of the mastto raisethe mastuntil thetwo sidestaysaresnug. DQ NOT OVERTIGHTEN.

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].trOTE: The whiteplastic"bowsie"attached to the variouslinesare usedto adjust the lengthof eachline by simply slidingthe bowsiealongeachline until the desiredlenethis obtained. 4. Adjust the backstayandjib uphaulbowsiesalternatelyuntil the mastheadrakeis approximately 1" aft of vertical.Whencompletedthe backstayshouldbejust straightwithout tension.

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5. Connecitheboomvangwirehookto thescreweye locatedat thebaseof themast.Adjustthe bowsieuntilthevangisjustsnug.(Thiswill restrictvertical traveloFthemainclub) 6. Makesurethe sheetattachbowsieloopspassthruthe screweyes locatedon the clubs.Connectthe mainandjib sheetattachslidelinks to theappropriate sheetbowsieloops. 7. Adjustthe mainandjib outhaulbowsiesuntil eachsail foot hasaboutl" slackalongeachclub. RADIO PREPARATIONS Eachradiounit wascompletelycheckedout duringinstallationin the model.All radiowanantiesare handledby the manufacturer. Be sureto fill out andmail yourwarrantycardin. l. Install 8 AA sizebatteriesin the transmitterand4 in the receiverpackobservingproper polarities asindicated.(Alkaline batteriesarerecommended) 2. Snapthe frequencyflag ontothe antennaas indicatedin the radio instructions. 3. Unwrapthe receiverantennaandpassit thru the hole in the forwardhatchframe.Routethe wire up the front faceof the mastandfix in placewith a smallpieceof tape. 4. Turn on the transmitterthenthe receiverandcenterboth stick trim adjustments. Veriff proper transmitteroutputandreceiverservooperations. 5. Connectthe ruddercontrolrod to the rudderservoarm.Adjust asnecessary to insurethat the rudderis centered.Usingthe screwdrivertightenthe lock screwon the rudderarm previously installedwith the rudder.Make certainthat the ruddermovesfreely in both directions approximately30o. 6. Positionthesail servostickto full inhaul(down)Position. Adjustthe mainsheetbowsieso thatthe mainclub is amidship.Adjustthejib sheetbowsiesothatthe aft endof the iib club [s about2 inchesoutboardof the mast. You arenow readyfor your first launch.First turn on your transmitterandthenthe receiverand checkcontrolresponse. Installthe waterproofhatchcoverand positionthe main sail out about halfivaythen let her go. HAPPY SAILINGI

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SAILING HiN'l'S A{teryouhavelaunched, trypracticing themaneuvers .Try a beamreach.Cetusedto watching shown themainclubanglefroma distance. Youwill find thatrvitha littlepractice youcancoordinate the sailsand.rudder rvithout together thinking. Positionthesailin a litteandtry a closereach. Finatly sheet in all thewayandscehowclosely youcansail into thewindbeforethesailstartslufling.Youwilt notethattheyachtis slowingdowna bit asyou headclosertothewind.Try comingaboutthrough the eyeof thewindby holdingtherudderhardover until thesailsfill on theoppositetack.Trya broad reachbylettingthesailsoutabouthalfway.You will notethatthisis probablythe fastestpointof sailing.Finallyturntheyachtsothatthesail "wing on'wing",quickly giveseveralhardrudder commands in thedirectionthatthemainsailsets. Thiswill cause thejib sailtojibe to theopposit side fromthemainsail,thenyoucanresume your coarse.Whenyouarerunningwing on wingyouwill noteanincrease in speed.Keeprunning throughthesemaneuvers andyou will soonhaveconfidence andskill in handlingyour model

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