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28th October 2013 07:41 PM
Abeeb
New Board and Sail Quiver Help

Hi guys, building a new quiver, any opinions on sail and board choice would be appreciated.

I am 70kg and sail in poole harbour, usually end up on a 6.5m when I go out however I would like to get into some freestyle on the windier days.

8.3m Tushingham x-15 - on a 75% Tushingham Freewave 490
6.5m Tushingham Lightning - on a 75% Tushingham Freewave 430
5.5m Tushingham Rock - on a 75% Tushingham Freewave 430
4.7m Tushingham Rock - on a tushy rdm 400 mast
4.2m Tushingham Rock - on a tushy rdm 400 with a bit handing out the top

or potentially, if i added another sail and mast, 8.3,6.5,5.7,5.2,4.7,4.2

And the boards to go with it, I was thinking a futura 111, or would the x-15 be way too much for this? I have used an isonic around this size and that was fine with an 8.5 lightning.

And secondly a 95L starboard flare/kode.

Any thoughts?
Thanks,
Mike

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