NoLimitz adapters

Has anyone had issues with adapters? Now there are two brands, Stringfellow and another one. Stringfellow could have drag (any complaints? I haven’t heard much) and the new one looks way less drag but all the torque would be absorbed by the 3 bolts where as the Stringfellow has a sleeve.
Any feedback

I have used Jim Stringfellow’s Cabrinha, Axis, Lift and now Code. Cab and Axis add a couple cm to mast length ( which I liked ), I can’t say that I felt any added drag from the Cab and Axis adapters. The adapters are really sturdy and the quality is excellent. If you take care of them, they don’t oxidize. Highly recommend.

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I’m currently using the uni foil adapter on the 3 bolt takuma V2 Mast. No complaints. Can’t feel any excessive drag. Goes as if there wasn’t an adaptor at all. Would love to see a takuma 3 bolt to Armstrong at some point

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There is an Armstrong fuselage :wink:

Do you know who makes it?

No, I emailed foil parts or Mac but they haven’t gotten back. I have heard no complaints of drag from Stringfellow.
My friend has the Takuma 2 as do I. It is a large adapter. I’ll see if I can try it and feel the difference.

Stringy ; not everything is listed on its website.
He has tons of stuff for 3-bolt Takuma or Sabfoil masts.

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I’ve been using the Stringy adapters on my NL78V1 Takuma mast for about 18 months now with no complaints.

I’m sure a stock mast set up would be stiffer as there’s only 1 connection but it’s cool to be able to swap different wings on the same mast.

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I have the Stringy adapter from Axis mast to F-One and its excellent.

I also have an Armstrong Fueselage that fits an Axis mast. It works great as well.

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I have both adapters. Im not sure why, but I struggled on the stringy adaptor. I was alway nose diving on turns. Also, The trailing edge looks like an axe which always made me nervous.