|26th September 2008 12:58 AM|
OK and thak“s for your opinion.
I'm going talk with my local Distributor to buy a Isonic 144/2008.
Thank's a lot.
When i try my board a say somethig.
See you soon
|24th September 2008 06:14 AM|
|nonopr||For that big sail, yes 144 isonic.|
|24th September 2008 06:01 AM|
Isonic 133/08 or Isonic 144/08 (for 82kg and ligth wind-8/11)
I want planing with only with sail 10m2 and small sail 9.0m2, because when i sail with 8.4 NothSail Daytona i put the Isonic 111.
For me with 94kg, i think is better 144/2008 than 133/2008?
What your opinion?
|23rd September 2008 04:53 PM|
|nonopr||Perhaps the fin is too powerful and is trimming the board noes down in the chop. Looks like you need a fin with a bit of rake or perhaps a bit more downhaul in your sail to help release your board nose and trim it up a bit. Or you are using your boom to low and you are pushing the nose down with your weight. Try your boom in a new higher setting.|
|23rd September 2008 01:36 PM|
|honk||Do you find the 08isonic133 nose too short and tend to dip into chop. I am not a pro sailors but experience enough to find this irritating with a 8.5m & 52 cm R13 ?? Masttrack at recommended|
|23rd September 2008 01:25 PM|
|Unregistered||I would only go for the 144 for sails bigger than 10.0m2. I'm 90-92kg and have the 133, sail it mostly with a 9.0m2.|
|23rd September 2008 06:12 AM|
|nonopr||2008 great board. The 2009 no need to buy almost the same thing.|
|23rd September 2008 03:02 AM|
The Isonic 133 -2007 and the Isonic 133 - 2008, both models, at this moment, are in low price.
which board is what you prefer?
Because the Isonic 133 of 2009, in this moment, is still very expensive.
|23rd September 2008 02:15 AM|
|23rd September 2008 01:21 AM|
Isonic 133 or Isonic144
My board is Isonic 111(2008) and heigth 94kg, i'd like buy a board for big sail's (9m2 and 10m2) and ligth wind (8-11 knots) but i don't Know witch board 133 or 144.
You say 133 for "light sailors" and 144 for "heavier sailors" for me (94kg), i'm considered light or heavier sailor?