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jan@somers-cailliau.com 20th April 2011 03:17 AM

Isonic 107 footstrap position
 
Dear,

Just bought a new Isonic 107 and have to install foot straps. Is there a recommendation for the strap positions? Are there criteria to tune a better position?

Any advice?

Thx

Jan

Remi 20th April 2011 05:40 AM

Hi Jan

You can start middle for all and adjust after in function of your level and water condition.
Basically when is very flat you can put all of them in the back and when it start to be really choppy your can start to move them in front.
Each rider have also his own style, personally I use most of the time back foe the back o e and middle for the front one.

Hope this help

All the best

nonopr 21st April 2011 12:07 PM

Remi you use them back on the front and midldle in the back. But how tall are you?

I am 5' 8" and 175lbs and I use them all the way in the back for both(front and back)

Marko CRO169 21st April 2011 01:15 PM

To nonpro,

I think you got it wrong, Remi said "back foot to the back, front foot to the middle"!

SeanAUS120 21st April 2011 04:30 PM

Jan,

I'm running all my straps in the back holes on my 107, but Remi is right, it's fairly rider-preference for where you put them. I'm 6'0 (185cm) and 180 pounds (82kg) so similar weight to you. I think the back is a good place to start then move them forward and see the difference... let us know how it goes ;-)

Check Roger's post on this thread when installing your straps - http://www.star-board.com/forum/showthread.php?t=11550


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