working on this Chris. Set it all up and dead calm days ensued. Bummer.have your son do the hiking
But more experience was garnered by the shade tree kayaker...
The Klepper S2 rig fits the Balogh mast pretty nicely using only three sections. It'll work with all four sections but the gaff rig doesn't want to hang right. The gaff 'collar' is a tight fit, but once in place works fine.
Rigging to sail with my son I initially set up the S2 rig and the BSD outriggers because the BSD mast doesn't fit in the Klepper mast partner. The Long Haul BSD outrigger/control board wasn't set up real well for the S2 sail, no jib cleats, and I couldn't use the jib loop system, so I mounted my other control board behind the BSD board... too many boards. Was considering dropping the second control board for the Klepper leeboard crossbar (to manage the jib sheets) when I stepped back and looked at all those lines. It was too much for my uninitiated son to be thrown into. I went to the hardware store, bought a 10 inch curved file and opened up the Klepper mast hole to fit the BSD mast. Took about twenty minutes of filing and fitting, much simpler than I thought it would be.
Now the BSD fits in the Klepper AEII nicely. I still need to add a couple hooks to the coaming for the main sheet 'Y harness,' but we are basically ready to go. Now all we need is time and wind. Bottom line is that this was a very easy modification.
Although I've only played the scenario out in the yard... my neighbors think I'm nuts... rigging and striking the 'entire' BSD rig on the AEII should be very doable out on the water.