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ITA 175
26th January 2007, 05:52 PM
No compromise. Pure Performance. Race at the highest levels with no compromise. Acceleration that will pull you from the start to the front of the fleet, Formula or Slalom, your performance will be enhanced. The power is controlled from the twist of the leech to guarantee a constant pressure to maximise the performance with the board. As a result, the board and sail work as one in perfect harmony. The light feel coming from the mast curve will allow incredible control and therefore higher speeds. This light feel enables effortless jibing and excellent pumping abilities. The AC-1???s wind range is very impressive: We preferred to develop fewer sizes, directing our full attention and energy into these. The main goal was to allow the sail to give a great wind range offering our racers, and clients, the opportunity to have maximum performance in events where the number of sails is restricted.
http://www.windcam-news.it/wcnews/data/upimages/acq_499p7.gif
first picture from our Head Quarter's in Sardinia
http://img441.imageshack.us/my.php?image=ac1picture11mcopy0pm.jpg

A C-1 Mast Speed/Slalom size 5.0 to 9.4 Formula size 10 to 12
5.0 400 439???
5.7 400 459???
6.2 430 479???
6.7 430 499???
7.2 460 529???
7.7 460 559???
8.2 490 579???
8.7 490 599???
9.4 490/520 619???
10 520 639???
11 550 639???
12 550 639???

More info on www.point-7.com and on info@poit-7.com

ITA 175
28th January 2007, 02:11 AM
Today P7 squad had a good test session at WCC(Windsuf Club Cagliari) with the new AC1 competition sail...Some pictures by Roberto Marci
http://www.robertomarci.com/Public/images/Windsurf2007CriteriumGennaio378/NY5U8556.JPG
http://www.robertomarci.com/Public/images/Windsurf2007CriteriumGennaio378/NY5U8572.JPG
http://www.robertomarci.com/Public/images/Windsurf2007CriteriumGennaio378/NY5U8558.JPG
P7 squad is already to win!

steveC
28th January 2007, 07:27 AM
Your photos 2 and 3 present an interesting compositional contrast. I like how the metallic coated material is perceived under a different light source. A nice marketing touch, particularly since the spacial results are varied and well depicited between the two shots. You guys might catch the attention of the NP folks.

Guest
2nd February 2007, 05:42 PM
shame.
would have been better to have designed something yourself instead of ripping of pryde

ITA 175
20th February 2007, 02:59 PM
http://img120.imageshack.us/img120/4030/ny5u0404ci9.jpg
http://img120.imageshack.us/img120/8159/ny5u0090cp8.jpg
http://img215.imageshack.us/img215/2156/ny5u0044eg9.jpg
http://img215.imageshack.us/img215/4338/ny5u0069au6.jpg

Others some nice shots from Sardinia. Today we had N/O about 25 knt and 20?? C, a tipically Sardinian's day...
Point 7:The Winning Chioce
More info on info@point-7.com

P.S:I believe that For R&D Point 7 isn't important if its new Race sails is grafically similar to NP Race Sails, there are many particulars that beyond the Graphic make the success of a Race sails.
We would to hit the mark by our First Race Sail and can offer our products al the lowest price....
Actually The facts are that by our Ac0(Slalom no Cam) and Ac2(with 2 camber) Andrea Cucchi,
has won Italian Slalom Championship 2006 against North, Gaastra and NeilPryde's Racer... Very Happy

Julian
22nd February 2007, 06:12 AM
Guest wrote:
shame.
would have been better to have designed something yourself instead of ripping of pryde

Better a good ripoff, than a bad original idea. This isn't even a ripoff (have you ever looked @ these sails and layed them next to the NP RS Racing???