|14th August 2009 10:06 PM|
Great, after the iSonic D-Ram from 2006, finally a iSonic that can be repaired again.
Wood is a nightmare to repair, impossible to make nice looking repairs.
Thank you for that.
|5th July 2009 07:27 PM|
The 2010 iSonic info will be released with the new website, on August 2009. In the meantime, all info may not be finalised yet as there's still some time to go. Lots of new things there, along with the new WoodCarbon construction option, that's for sure!
|5th July 2009 06:35 PM|
Question for Tieseda You
What is the advantage of the new Carbon Isonics, and is there any changes on the other boards apart from the 94?
|2nd July 2009 01:39 AM|
I have a Starboard Kombat Tufskin 2008 and I want to sell it.
if any body is interested tell-me by firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks and Good winds
|1st July 2009 09:53 PM|
Strange that carbon is on the table again.
I think it was tried already for the 2009-model but with almost no difference in speed. But I might be wrong...
|1st July 2009 06:54 AM|
|nonopr||I dont have details on design, but I dont see the speed board in the spec sheet.|
|1st July 2009 05:23 AM|
Look forward to try it
Is there a change in scoop rocker lines or is it just added carbon..... what does it feel like... do the speed boards also come in carbon.... and the Futura that would be unreal!
|29th June 2009 10:01 PM|
I've found this
|29th June 2009 09:30 PM|
I think this is a carbon Isonic Kevin has behind him>>>>
|29th June 2009 09:14 PM|
There is a carbon shortage due to the huge amounts being used by Boeing.
If there are limited numbers in production, then unfortunately there will be huge price increases.
haha .. this the crap response you will get from the manufacturers.
And also the decrease in the value of your currency ... but your currency never increases in value.
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