Very unlikely that's gonna happen (pics)YEah, but either way I don't think I have seen the '07 or '08 winners from Nationals or maybe I have but they weren't labelled haha. If anyone has them from going to the contests or just lying around somewhere (lol I don't know why XD) I would really appreciate if they posted them. Also I think there is a link for boomilever specs for 2007 in the wiki but either it is the wrong or dead link because there is nothing on the website it is redirected to.
Yup, you probably could.I may be wrong but I have heard that one of the Nats (I think First) placing booms was very unique in the sense that it had only one tension cord among other things. If I see what the highly successful designs were, I could probably get an idea of what to do.
Wow! The whole boomilever is less than 3.5g? That is just wow ![quote="Balsa
That said, as I said back in October, we're running a single tension member. With wall attachment, its.... .5gr. It's been tested to 125% of design load. We stopped loading at that point. We'll run that conservative weight at Regionals, and find out how much can come off for State.
Hi BalsamanDig back- already posted/discussed....At least does anyone know the efficiency scores or mass for the 2007 top booms?
Not sure- last time booms ran,it was 15.Hi BalsamanDig back- already posted/discussed....At least does anyone know the efficiency scores or mass for the 2007 top booms?
I heard that the 2007 rule has 20cm vertical and 2008 rule has 15cm vertical therefore the top efficiency was a little lower in 2008, is that correct? Thank you
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