But jetluge production does slow down after shoulder surgery. Yup! i have FINALLY had my left shoulder reconstructed, something i have actually needed for a while. this has slowed down my ability to build the jetluge, but it has not stopped me from doing small bits were i can.
With the great help of Andrew at Custom Carbon Components i have managed to get the board to a point of final mock up and i am ready to begin finalizing the top half of the board and start building the bottom aerodynamics.
While i have the engines out i will take this time to tighten up a few things on them with the help of Brett over at Ausjets and have them running amazingly when the board is ready to have them put back in.
In the mean time while i heal up, i am currently over in the United States in San Francisco meeting with a few people regarding the jetluge till the end of August.
i hope you enjoy the latest photos of the jetluge. make sure you head over to the Gallery to see the entire photo sets of the build as it progresses.