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Memoci 24th September 2008 04:27 PM

2009 iSonic 86 vs 94
Hi Kevin,
I've been thinking of buying iSonic 94 or 86. I have Tabou Manta 108L. and 6.5 m GTX (and 5.6m Remedy). I'm 66 kg and I surf in Alacati. You know the conditions here very well I watched you this year when you came for PWA. My worry is windy days in Alacati is not so often. Generally 18-22 knots. We dont see 27-30 knots too much. What would you suggest for 18-20-22 knots?

Memoci 26th September 2008 12:05 PM

I also would like get your opinion about fins. I read at the forums that drake fins are not so good for the iSonic.

Kevin Pritchard 1st October 2008 07:18 PM

For Alcati I would go with the 94. A bit bigger as it is pretty flat there. I think it will help you out if you get some debiochet fins. They are really good.

Memoci 2nd October 2008 03:25 PM

Thanks Kevin,
It really helped me. I was thinking the 94 but wasn't sure. Your suggestion made me certain. Thanks for the fin info aswell...

Memoci 13th October 2008 02:15 PM

Which fin for is94
Hi Kevin,
I know that iSonic 94 comes with drake 340. Which fin should I buy for use with 5.6 m. Would 32cm (Deboichet sl4) be allright?

Kevin Pritchard 18th October 2008 01:49 AM

YEah the Deb SL 4 would work great!!

Memoci 24th October 2008 03:59 PM

Considering my light weight, I think it would be better to go with SL4 30 cm.

Memoci 11th November 2008 12:33 AM

I have ordered the 94. Look forward to use it next season :(

Kevin Pritchard 11th November 2008 01:47 PM

Great. I would maybe go with 32cm sl4.

Memoci 14th November 2008 04:10 AM

I've just read from the ask our team forum that "the SL5 line for the iSonic 87 are really amaising..." What is the difference between sl4 and sl5? and I'm a little bit confused about the size. For my weight and 5.6 m wouldn't 30 cm be better? Thnx..

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