|1st October 2011 04:10 AM|
I`m not convinced about recommending 103 litres for a 103 kg sailor; sure it would work and work well in good conditions but it reflects situation with high wind/wave boards for heavy weights...There isnt the choice available for over 100kg people..
A 80kg sailor would have an 80 litre board but only for quite high winds/big waves...He`d have a 90 (ish) wave board for general use.. (mathematically thats akin tro 115 ish for 103kg)
If the 113 was more wave biased I`d recommend it but it aint ????!!!
Is there a 115 litre wave board on market ???
|30th September 2011 07:23 AM|
|Unregistered||i think u should look at the 102/103 for the sail sizes you list. the width makes up for a lot of volume in planing power and still rips turns. A/E box lets you use real wave fins. i'm 95kg and love my 102 0n 5.8, 6.3 7.0. you will still slog it home if yhe wind dies.|
|25th September 2011 01:17 AM|
|24th September 2011 07:14 AM|
|Windman||And here: http://boards.mpora.com/forums/heavy...rd-t59646.html|
|24th September 2011 05:33 AM|
Good morning, poster no. 6,
This link may help you: http://www.iwindsurf.com/forums/view...=23272&start=0
|23rd September 2011 03:29 PM|
|18th September 2011 04:50 PM|
Probably a bit different but I used kombat 105 as high wind board for 2 or 3 seasons. It was fine, no problems down to 4.2; ideal around 5 to 6 with 100k on it..
Any board is completely different in nearly all respects with "heavyweights" on them.. Sail range (IMO) for a 100k rider is perhaps 1 metre smaller (upper and lower) compared to an 80k rider..
I`ve considered kode myself !!! 113 or 103 ???? (113 is Tuttle !!!)
|11th September 2011 02:55 PM|
I have a kode 112 2010 wood karbon: I have used it with 8.0(fairly good match) 6.5(perfect match) and 5.5(fairly god match with a 33 cm fin) All ncx.
Maybe its possible to go even smaller if you take an even smaller fin?
By the way - the board is both fast and loose.
|11th September 2011 01:34 AM|
I have a 2011 code 113 wood, and use it with a 7.2 and 6.0. Have used it in flat water and choppy conditions.
Haven't tried any smaller sail size on it though. But think a 5.2 will be OK. For smaller sizes I would have considered a less vol. board. My weight is 80 kg. The code 113 has a "loose" feeling and is very maneuverable. Nice and easy for fast small radius jiibes and fairly fast. Can recommend this board, bot not for sail sized below 5....
|4th September 2011 04:41 PM|
|Unregistered||Anybody with a Kode 113 out there ???????? Must be someone with a comment ???|
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