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After retrieving the model, the hatch was removed at which time I found water present in the radio box. The tuned pipe is on the port side of the boat with plenty of air space around it so nothing gets too hot. Once the sealant dried, the lid was removed and wiped clean. The contents were in perfect condition thanks to the well thought out padding and partitioning. You must include this request with your item submitted for service. Please note that original boxes may be included, but are not designed to withstand the rigors of shipping without additional protection. In practice, both the clutch and the water pump work very well.
Blackjack 55 Catamaran BND with G26
Fuel pump suitable for gasoline Packaging Contents Assembling the stand The large box, The contents were in perfect condition thanks to the well thought out padding and partitioning. The hull, wing, rudders and stand are further protected in individual plastic bags. The included JR XR3i transmitter is enclosed in it's own box for added padding and protection.
The first step, of the very few required to get the boat in the water, is to assemble the stand. The plywood parts are laser etched with "Blackjack 55" and pre-coated to protect them from water and fuel. A small dab of epoxy or thick CA at each of the four joints is all that is needed to make it ready to support the boat. Even the split tube foam padding is pre-installed at the factory. Stand assembled Engine and gear access Flotation and tuned pipe The large molded fiberglass hatch fits the hull nicely and is secured with with a pair of red anodized and knurled thumb screws.
These screws are not only easy to handle, their bright color makes them easy to find should you set them on the ground while starting the engine or filling the gas tank.
With the hatch removed, access to all engine and radio systems is very easy, even for those with large hands. The recoil starter equipped Zenoah G26M is mounted to four heavy duty rubber vibration isolating mounts and has a plenty of space around it allowing easy access to the carburetor, clutch and ignition should the need arise.
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Technical Notes Flex Shaft Care: Check the flex shaft after every run by rotating the propeller by hand with the engine not running. If you feel any binding, lubricate the flex shaft. The flex shaft should be cleaned by wiping with a rag and denatured alcohol then lubricated after hours of operation and after sitting dormant for several weeks.
If you are running in salt water you should clean and lubricate your flex shaft after every session. Please refer to your owner's manual for flex shaft removal. Horizon reserves the right to inspect any and all Product s involved in a warranty claim. Service or replacement decisions are at the sole discretion of Horizon. Proof of purchase is required for all warranty claims. Further, in no event shall the liability of Horizon exceed the individual price of the Product on which liability is asserted.
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Why You Split 9s but not 10s in Blackjack 10 August By Alan Krigman One of the strictest strictures of basic strategy for blackjack is "never split pairs of 10s. Many bettors see this as a contradiction. As one blackjack buff asked, "when the dealer has a low upcard, 18 is almost as good as 20 and starting with 10 is better than starting with nine. So why split one and not the other? Especially because it's a double whammy.
The first piece of the bad news is that 18 pales before 20, even with a weak dealer upcard. As an example, consider standing on either total against five. An 18 should win Conversely, 20 should win Why the big difference when the dealer's upcard is a stiff? It's because winning on a dealer's going over 21 is only part of the story, regardless of the upcard. In this instance, the chance a five will ultimately bust is They'll both also beat a dealer starting with five on the But 18 pushes while 20 wins when the dealer finishes with 18, the expected result Further, 18 loses while 20 wins or pushes when the dealer finishes with 19 or 20, which can be expected Here's the rest of the bad news.
When two-card totals are involved, 10 is a better starting point than nine. But this isn't true for the single card resulting from a split in multideck games where players can double down after splitting. Intuitively, the reason for this is simple. Except under rare circumstances, well outside the criteria governed by basic strategy, no draw to a 10 after a split will yield a total correct for doubling.
However, after splitting nines, pulling a deuce will add up to 11; this is suitable for doubling with any dealer upcard on which the original split was proper. I'll pin down the splits by quantifying expected earnings, with the chances of doubling included in the results.
Again, pretend the dealer is showing a five. Of course, when I explained this to the person who asked, I didn't have the numbers handy. Instead, I used qualitative phrases like "busts less than half the time" and "make more by standing.