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everaarts-trainingen 14th December 2007 01:51 AM

RS Slalom or North RamF*

What would be the ultimate lowwind sail for the iSonic 150 ?
The RAMF8 9.9 or Neilpryde RS Slalom 10.0 (2008) ?
My weight: 95 kgs
Lake conditions
Thanks very much !

mark h 14th December 2007 04:06 PM

You will find that they will be very similair in low winds, no advantage by either RSS or Ram. Just a matter of personal choice between the two sails. Have you got a iS150? Could you post a couple of pics on this thread?

everaarts-trainingen 14th December 2007 08:08 PM

Hi Mark,
Have you tried the two sails ? Was it the 2007 or 2008 RSS ?

everaarts-trainingen 14th December 2007 08:13 PM

Hi Mark,

Give me your mailadress. The file is to big to attach it to the thread.

mark h 14th December 2007 08:57 PM

Hi Everaarts
I'v sent you a Personal Message with my email. I dont have either Ram or RSS, Im on North Warps but both Ram & RSS are used at my local spot. No real noticable advantage in low winds from either, both seem to deliver.


everaarts-trainingen 15th December 2007 10:21 PM

More advises and comments ? Thanks to all

Can Inelli 15th December 2007 11:25 PM

I have bought RAM F8 6.3 and 7.3 to use with isonic 101 but they havent arrived yet so i can't tell anything. HOWEVER I have heard that Ram is better than RSS and also RAM has 4 cambers RSS has 3 cambers. Can you email me your board's picture ??? I will sent you a personal message


everaarts-trainingen 16th December 2007 01:16 AM

Hi Can,
Okay I will. In what way is RAM better ?

Can Inelli 16th December 2007 02:20 AM

I haven't tested it yet my RAM will arrive in February so i can't say that it's all true but i've heard that it is very similar to Warp2007 very fast and great stability. You have option for 3 or 4 cams. When you want you can take out one of the cams. However in RSS you have 2 or 3 camber option. So 4 camber is a big plus I think.

Thanks for sending the email :)

Can Inelli 16th December 2007 02:21 AM

One more question :) what fins do you use with your boards?

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