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31st May 2012 12:51 PM
poulou
Kode 80 sailsizes in complement to isonic

Hello everybody!!

I'm a huge starboard fan.

I currently own:

- Pure acid 68 : a wonder for high wind and chop
- Kode 80 wood carbon : not tried yet but can't wait!!!
- IS 86 2009 with deboichet SL5 31
- IS 122 2009 with R16 48 and SL2 44

The question is about sailsizes... In the Neilpryde Range.

I'm 76 kgs after this winter, expert level, european conditions choppy and irregular.

Would you go for:

- 9.2 7.8 for IS122 6.2 for IS86 5.4 4.7 for Kode 80 4.7 4.1 for PA68

or

- 8.6 for IS122 7.0 or 6.7 for IS86 5.0 for Kode 80 4.2 for PA68

or even simpler

- 9.2 7.8 for IS122 5.8 and 5.0 for Kode 80 4.2 for PA68

but how will alpha 5.8 behave on the small kode80?

Thanks for your interest, I'm quite lost here.

Any comment or thought is welcome...

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