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You might need to tighten/shorten the luff cable. If the cable is set too loose you get that real whip loading but if the cable is taking the load then the luff should just hang off the cable and luff more like a headsail attached to a forestay. You should be able to adjust the cable length either at the tack or head with a lashing. They often require a fair bit of adjusting to get set just right. If in doubt make the cable shorter that you think.

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