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post #7 of Old 02-21-2007
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I also agree the sails sound just fine.. I have been using Quantum as a loft for over 10yrs[since they were founded]. Never had any issues that they did not address. If you are concerned about light air performance then add either a Code '0' or an asymetrical.

On the Moody we have both a 140 and a 110 and now that we are cruising full time the 140 stays in the bag with the 110 rigged. It's a much more versatile sail.

Jon D
SV Sirius
Moody 47

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