|17th March 2010 09:33 AM|
Els reveals Westwood inspiration
Watching Lee Westwood and realising how callaway x-22 irons good he was helped Ernie Els to take on and beat the world again this weekend.
|15th March 2010 06:06 PM|
|tonymatta||You do notice the weight difference in the full carbon masts on large rigs but the return on dollars really depends what else you were going to buy with the money. If you can afford it then why not? even if its only a little extra benefit.|
|14th March 2010 03:40 AM|
I am not saying to buy a new mast becasue the one he has is not the correct one. It is the recommended. But you can always go better. Actually what I am saying if he want to buy a 100% carbon mast is a great investment and will do a lot of good to that sail.
Thanks over and out.
|14th March 2010 01:50 AM|
the 75% mast is NOT like bicycle wheels
it is the recommended mast and should work fine
the investment has been made
buy a 100% mast and then try and sell the 75 % ? lose some $$$
in this sport - not every-one has the chance to try stuff - otherwise try the 100% !!!
if the mast is okay - why change it up ??
to show off those perrillis and handle some gusts better ??
are you saying over a certain sail size - one should only use 100 % ???
|13th March 2010 08:38 PM|
You do whatever you want.
But in light wind or with a 8.0 I rather have the best mast and that is it.
If you buy a ferrari and you put the wheels of a bicycle you casr is going to be fater? I rather have my ferrari wih Pirellis and 20 inch rims???
|13th March 2010 07:10 PM|
|13th March 2010 07:08 PM|
ROI=return on investment
my new question on w/s stuff is: do i need it ?
nonopr1 says better in gusts
do you need better response in gusts with your 8.0?
with my skills i have added the question - will i know the difference
stiffer booms on 8+ and i felt the difference - enjoyed the ride too
so, for your $$, you have a recommended boom and 75% is good too
have you tried a stiffer boom ?
|13th March 2010 04:38 PM|
you got to be kidding me......
The NCX was design for an all round scenario. having a 75% mast recommended makes it affordable and easy to sell in mass. This sail was design for speed nd you can go ahead and buy the mast you want but a 100% mast will make this sail a better sail.
if you don't want my recommendation then you can do whatever you want.
|13th March 2010 05:50 AM|
|MOP||Why on earth wasnt red line the recommended mast for this sail in 2009 then?|
|13th March 2010 04:53 AM|
There is one selling on eBay right now if you live in the USA even free shipping. This is a great find for you.
Item # 160411701282
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