After watching some videos of some of you guys tearring it up on 6s, it seems that handling definately becomes an issue.
Most of you seem to correct (The best you can) the problem, by using the extra set of trim pads.
If you subtract that added weight with a second rudder assy, I would think that would help (maybe even more) with the handling problem at high speeds. After all a offset rudder on just one side, certainly isn't the best situation for handling. An example would be the turning left issue and the chine problem. (Probably didn't spell that right).
I don't have a rudder in my hand to say how much it weighs, but moving the batteries forward a little, would definately offset the weight difference.
I know weight is an issue when your looking for speed, but a second rudder could allow more options in the power dept., if the handling improved significantly.
OK....so i'm over my head here....but have you guys discussed this already? (Did a search....) A second rudder would look awesome as well.
Thanks for listening!