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25th October 2007, 12:56 PM
what ares exactely the isonics who get it between 122,133 and 144 ? and those who don't get it ?

on this site, you speak only about 133 with the dual flat system, so ?


Ian Fox
25th October 2007, 07:05 PM
For 2008 iSonic line ....

iS50 : No
iS76 : Mild
iS86 : Yes
iS96 : No
iS101 : No(mild tail kick)
iS111 : No
iS122 : No
iS133 : Yes
iS144 : Yes
iS150 : Yes

Please note the DFC is primarily a lightwind concept, but also has some hi speed application/potential. Accordingly, one term is used to describe a range of variation, which in actual fact is delivered in varying amounts across different designs to achieve suitable results for that board's range.

Like a lot of other board design factors, DFC can be a little - or a lot - depending on the board concept/design. What really matters is to use it (where it has proven applicable) effectively as part of an overall design package, in complex harmony with other critical design elements to really come up with a complete, refined combination that demonstrates overall benefit/s over other designs (whether DFC - or not).

DFC alone does not make a bad board good...
And do not consider that a board without DFC is lacking.
Just that where we have it working, it's working better than not !

Cheers ~ Ian

26th October 2007, 12:52 AM
...and about Futura line?

Thanks, Jon.

26th October 2007, 04:21 AM
.. and what IS that DFC exactly, could not google anything?


26th October 2007, 03:34 PM
.. and what IS that DFC exactly, could not google anything?


"Dual Flat Bottom Concept" or Dual Flat Concept.