Fat Bastard strikes again.
Finally got out on my used LF Fun Foil today; got to grips with body dragging and the feel of getting up on the board and some just off the water hovering, but the wind dropped and I had a fairly fruitless time...
Got back to shore and noticed the fuselage had bent. When I did a dry-run assembly of the foil, I noticed the LE of the mast foot wasn't square: like it had been dropped or compressed from bottoming, so the point was a few mm "up". Figured I was being OCD so I didn't bother with it.
But now the fuselage nose is bent up a half inch, maybe. The bend, front the front bolt on, neatly matches the curve of the bottom of the mast
File the mast square, bang the fuse flat and get on with it or ignoring it? Am I courting catastrophic failure?