|10th February 2013 09:10 PM|
fin - register
how to do to register?
|10th February 2013 09:07 PM|
Thanks Roger! would be ideal to get a guys / gals from the Spanish forum to interpret for me because I want to ask you about the fin and if the DELTA Maui.
now with the GO (170l) and a small fin: orzo
Roger, I want to register but I can not do, not because ...
thanks for everything
|10th February 2013 03:27 PM|
I understand "muy poquito" espanol!
Maybe we can get one of the guys/gals from the Spanish forum to
interpret for you.
I'll ask they...or you can?
You would need to register for that, so I'm not sure we can do it.
|10th February 2013 03:03 PM|
|Unregistered||thanks roger, you understand Spanish?|
|10th February 2013 01:48 PM|
If you purchased your GO 170 new it should have come with 2 fins and the 2 side fins as an extra cost option.
The smaller wide blade fin would have been the Drake Shallow water 41 (some earlier boards came with 40 and 38 versions of the wide blade large area shallow water fin).
With only a 6.0 m2 rig you could reduce the fin size to perhaps 30-32 cm and still sail the board effectively, but for full planing performance on > 7.0 m2 rigs the 38-40 cm are about as small as you can go.
Another option would be a weed fin which has more area and works much better over sandbars in shallow water as the fin will lift over the too shallow areas without hanging up/going aground and there is not the "sudden stop" that you get when a vertical fin goes aground.
As far as the side fins, yes they do help in sub planing mode and they turn the GO 170 into a low performance
beginner board with rig steering (vs foot steering without the side fins.).
The side fins are only a crutch to help real beginner sailors to stay upwind and are never to be used once your board is up to planing speed.
|10th February 2013 12:21 PM|
hello! drive a board Starboard GO 170, the use in shallow water and then touches fins, my question is which is the smallest fin that I can use? with a sail size 6.0 and I weigh 80 Kg
Another question: to use side fins? it improves?
best regard! and sorry for my bad English