10 - Cunningham
Depending on the boat, there are two different situations:
1) Control lines that run through blocks, with a gear ratio (e.g. 1:4) damping the effect of rope tension and elongation on sail trim. Here good grip, some flexibility are important to easily handle the cunningham. Our ropes with grip, like the SSR is often used by dinghy sailors.
2) Lines in systems, often taking the total load (so without gear). These lines should have high strength and low elongation to ensure good a sail trim: sail stays flat with increasing winds. We recommend ropes with a core of Dyneema® such as D-Cup or SSC.
TN RacingSKU: PRR340Application: Halyard, Sheet, Control line
This is an high-performance regatta rope and has a core of coated Stirotex fibers. The Technora/polyester cover is suitable for big winches and works very well in clutches. This rope is suitable for splicing and tapering. Learn More€2.50 €2.07