The course will not be Tri-Cities, but instead will be Detroit.
-Eddie but from it's Beau I promise
You wanna get your drill bit box?
I don't know about question 1, it really just comes down to personal preference.
Canard trim just depends on water conditions. I wouldn't worry too much about how the real guys do it. Just play around with it. I use the canard to fly the boat and gain speed on the calmer courses, and work with it on places like Detroit and Guntersville to just keep the boat on the water.
The only corner that you have to lift for right now is the Roostertail turn. Speeds depend on the corner, but it's usually around 115-130 depending on the lane and the turn
@nlj04 Jimmy's first unlimited race was the 2007 Columbia Cup I believe. He was a backup driver for Ted Porter until 2012. He won the championship in 2013 with them, then moved to the Miss Madison team in 2014 to replace Steve David. He has 5 championships in a row at this point.
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