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6th September 2010 11:18 PM
Abit What is the maxim wind range for iSonic 117 wood ?
2nd September 2010 09:47 PM
Ken The only thing the two fins that came with my '08 iS 111 are good for is that the next guy that buys my board will get two new fins. I will keep my Tectonics Tomcat 42 for my next iS.
2nd September 2010 06:38 AM
IRL-250 No fins came with the 2010 models. The last time the boards were supplied with fins was 2009
1st September 2010 08:48 AM
nonopr No fin in 2010 and no fins in 2011.
1st September 2010 02:12 AM
Abit I know it came in 2010 with fins that it's not like I ask why would you still be the same crap
1st September 2010 01:57 AM
Unregistered That was in 2009....!
The 2010 Isonics didnīt come with any fin/fins - and 2011 will (i guess) also come like this.

/Jan
1st September 2010 01:50 AM
Abit I found this information here but I think it would be with 2 fins?


Fin tuning

Because our iSonic are fitted with the Tuttle fin box system, you don't have to worry about the position of your fin - it's fixed. However, do consider carefully what size fin you will fit. It's importance is often underestimated, and by a lot. See it this way: in different wind conditions, we tend to change sail size. Well in different wind conditions, you should also be changing fin size. Yes, it's that critical, and the wider the board, the more critical.

If we take our iSonic 122 for example, we supply you the board with two fins straight from the box - just to make sure that you get to enjoy the board's vast wind range. As a basic guideline, we tend to use the larger fin when matching the board to sails above 8.5m2, and the smaller fin when matching the board to sails below 7.5m2.
1st September 2010 01:46 AM
Abit This means that there will be only 1 fins?
1st September 2010 01:35 AM
mark h We all shot ourselves in the foot by complaining about the Drake fins, spinning out, whistling etc. So no fins included now. Have noticed that other manufactures no longer include fins. Fins are a pretty personal feeling, and we all have are favourite brand/type, so it would be hard to satisfy every body I guess
1st September 2010 12:14 AM
Abit
ISonic 2011

I want to ask, ISonic 117 wood, will have two fins in the package?

Thanks in advance ...

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