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1st December 2006 10:43 PM
G-42
RE: ST carve 99 and Sailsworks hucker 6,6 versus Tushingham 6,5 freeride

Give it a bit more downhaul if it stands you up on your toes. The Hucker can be tuned for loads of range and will depower with the draft moving down if downhauled more.
1st December 2006 12:00 AM
John1
ST carve 99 and Sailsworks hucker 6,6 versus Tushingham 6,5 freeride

Hi there
My Tushingham 6,5 Hekler is now old and I have bought a Sailworks Hucker 6,6 for the Carve 99 which is still a great board.
The Hucker has the power higher up and the boom is 4 cm longer.
I think it??s very difficult to abtain a comforttable ride with the new sail.
Do You think that the Sailworks Hucker is to powerfull for my board?
Thanks for some advices with regards to trimming.
John J.

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