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rdrsurf 15th May 2013 07:50 PM

Is 110
 
hi,

having just tested my IS 110 with a 7,7 NP Hellcat and a select 41 Vmax, I am really impressed by the ease of use and performance of the combo.

I would like to use the board also with smaller sails, e.g. NP H2 Racing 6,6 and a e.g. 38 fin.Would this work?

If not, what is the reason?

Thanks for your recommendations.

Regards

Rdrsurf

BelSkorpio 18th May 2013 08:20 AM

Not the sweetspot, but it should work, I guess.
It will also depend a bit on your weight. If you're too light, you could get some control issues.
The 2 cams of the H2R will help to hammer the board down c/w the camless Hellcat.

rdrsurf 18th May 2013 09:06 AM

Thanks.Sounds good.

I am around +-80kg...usually more + than -...what do you think?

regards

Rdrsurf

BelSkorpio 18th May 2013 06:00 PM

In rather flat water no problem, I think.
In serious chop, difficult.

I'm 87kg.
I use my 6.7 with the IS101 (97) and also IS87.

I' m also thinking about replacing my IS122 with the IS110, but in combination with full racing sails 7.8 & 8.8.

Cheers.

rdrsurf 20th May 2013 09:10 PM

Thanks, for the 110 I'll better go for 7,2 and 8,2; the latter additionally with
the 9,2 H2 for the US147.

hang loose.

Remi 23rd May 2013 09:15 AM

Hi Rdrsurf,

I use sometimes in flat water the Reflex 7.0 with 38 fin and this work really great for really fast speed but will be faster on 97 ;)
Never try under but should work.

All the best

Carve 23rd May 2013 05:31 PM

I sailed my 110 yesterday with a SCS 7.0 and a Z-fin 38. With my 72kg I was quite overpowered. The conditions were flat. I did around 27knots but felt like I can go much faster when I get more time on the board. I also had my Freestyle 92 with my 5.2 on the beach and switched between the set ups. There was plenty power for doing freestyle on the 92/5.2 set up as well.

I also had a H2 8.2 for the board. It worked great, especially in low wind. To get more range out of one rig I sold my 8.2 and got a Simmer SCR 7.8 that I guess will cover a very big wind range for med with the 110.

rdrsurf 4th June 2013 10:14 PM

Last weekend I just tried my is110 with a 6.5 no cam sail ( no other sail available ). Conditions gusty and choppy, fin select vmax 41 and to my surprise, this worked really well. The board still very stable, fast and easy to handle. A 6,5ish freerace sail would have for sure worked even better.

Cheers, rdrsurf

Deja Vu 3rd August 2013 01:57 PM

I sailed the 110 with a Sailworks NX 7.1 race sail a day ago and found that the board lives up to its hype, at least with this sail. I'll try it with larger sails when the opportunity arises. The 110 is very easy to sail and performs extremely well. Adjusting to this board took about a nanosecond.

rdrsurf 27th August 2013 09:46 AM

hi, a question for the team:

What was the rationale behind the increase in length of the IS110 2014 vs 2013 ? What is the benefit of this change?

Appreciate your feedback.

Best regards

Rdrsurf


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