Not everybody races!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Doesn't that say so long as they are the same size, shape, and weigh enough I can use them?http://www.hobieclass.com/site/hobie/ih ... 050612.pdf
Rudder blades made of another material, yet
conforming to the size, shape and minimum
weight of the standard rudder blades, may be
used. Rudder blades must conform within the
minimum and maximum dimensions that are
found within the profile plans. Profile plans are
available through the IHCA.
The maximum thickness of a rudder blade(s)
shall not exceed 1.015 in. (25.8 mm.), tapering
over a distance of 2 ft. (60.96 cm) to a maxi-
mum thickness of 1/2 in. (12.7 mm), 2 in. (50.8
mm) from the bottom tip of the rudder. These
dimensions are for reference purposes only.
Please refer to profile plans for exact dimen-
sions. Profile plans are available through the
I plan on making a set from cedar copying an EPO profile with only very very minor changes (I suspect the same changes made to the EPO 2)...
The goal is sometime this summer...
instructions here..http://www.jamestowndistributors.com/us ... 00_448.pdf