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30th January 2010 06:12 PM
Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
Thanks Starboard for the article iSonic vs Futura
I can't find it anymore...
19th January 2010 10:33 PM
ClausKrike I must agree Thanks Starboard for the article iSonic vs Futura

I will for sure go for the F101 when the 2010 boards is in trade in Denmark for the new season.

Best regards
16th January 2010 05:05 PM
kvda Great to hear Tiesda is in for the I101! I recently sold my F101, a I101 is on the way!
15th January 2010 04:55 PM
Unregistered Thanks Starboard for the article iSonic vs Futura
9th January 2010 11:15 PM
kvda that's true, for the hellcats i would go for the futura. The isonics need to be sailed powered up, futura does the job more easily with nocam freeride sails.
9th January 2010 10:12 PM
Unregistered Thanks for the answers
9th January 2010 09:36 PM
Chris Pressler Hi Claus,
you are right, forgot about you do not have any Cam sails in your quiver. I sailed all combos: Futura 101 with no cam, Futura 101 with cam, iSonic 101 with cam, iSonic with no cam, all worked well

But guess you are right, I was too much in the iSONIC world: Futura 101 with no Cam is the better choice if I rethink it again!

9th January 2010 09:28 PM
Unregistered Hey Chris.

And thanks again.

Must say I hooked on the is101. I have searched in the free forum and was a little confused. Can you use no-cam sails on isonic 101 or only cam-sails ?
But everything goes

9th January 2010 03:43 AM
Chris Pressler Guess not, Claus. You replace a 103 l board with a board, which is by 1,5 cm wider, has a thin flat nose. If you combine the board with the 86 you could take the iSONIC 111 and you could cover a super wide windrange. The 111 can carry sails up to 8,5 easily and as the smallest size you could use the 6,2 when itīs flat.

The 86 is a machine, which works great from 5,0 to 6,7. So, think about, where you sail and in which windconditions most of the time.

As a one board solution the 101 would be good. YOu can have fun in 15 knots and in 25 as well.

Hope it helps!

9th January 2010 02:59 AM
Unregistered Thanks kvda and Chris for the fast reply.

I am impressed

But, Chris, do you not think, the isonic 101 will be too technical for my current level?
When I am developing and learning power jibes. But I can see that is86 and is101 will do the work for a period of time and years for me.

That is101 is so cool, so maybe..

My best greetings
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