After several near capsizes I bought the Sidekick Amas. What a relief to sail without concerns of taking a plunge.
I have installed my sidekick amas in the same position just behind the rudder flip up lever. I used the provided wellnuts and thus far have not had an issue with them getting loose or coming out but you do have to make them TIGHT. I have sailed 10 - 15 mph winds w/ 20 mph gusts on a lake where waves do not exceed a foot and have been hiked right up with the amas set at lowest setting. One running deep in the water and the other flying a good foot or more off the water. I found the mid setting lessened the drag and gave me even more speed though a bit more hiked over.
The sailing rudder is a must have for anyone considering sailing a Revo.
I have the Turbo ST fins and need not pedal at all for stability the fins work just fine as a daggerboard just set them at full down take your feet off and cruise.
I have a simple furling and unfulrling system and have modified the main sheet line control to an added block, additional padeyes and a camlock.
I will post with pictures later.
I would rather be kayaking and think about work than to be at work thinking about kayaking.
A Thrill Ride is being dragged around in your kayak for 40 minutes by an extremely large fish.