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JoLines 19th January 2009 12:01 AM

search for an all wave board
 
Hello Kevin,

First, congratulations for all you did in windsurf, and i wish you all the best for the next year(s)!
Here is my "problem": I'm a light weight sailor (68 kgs, sorry, I'm french, I don't know how many pounds), and I'm looking for a great wave board that could be fun when it's flat. The sails I'll use on it are 5.2 and 4.5. When the wind is not enough for 5.2, I use a 6 (remedy, great sail) with a JP 105l.

In my shop, they told me to choose the evil twin 80...In my mind, the Kode 80 would be better. For the moment, I use a tiga wave 78l, and I find it a little bit too small and not enough speed...
May I have your (pro) help, please?

Thanks for your reply, Johann

Kevin Pritchard 26th January 2009 12:41 AM

Johann.

Sorry for the delay in response. I would definitely go with the Kode due to the fact that you will use it in the flatter times. I think they Kode has the speed you are looking for and the maneuverability. I think you will enjoy this board!

JoLines 1st February 2009 07:35 PM

OK, nice to have your opinion. In the french forum, they told me the same thing... Now, let's go to my store.

Just another question: if you had just 2 sails to go with this board (kode 80), what would you suggest? I just think that there is one ideal sail, but I can't buy 2 others (0.5 sqm more and less than this ideal sail)
I hope that you are "on fire" for Ponta preta, have fun and thanks a lot for your reply!
JoLines

Kevin Pritchard 5th February 2009 06:51 PM

I would say to go with 5.3 and 4.7 as the perfect sizes for this board.

JoLines 20th February 2009 01:43 AM

Yeah, good job Kevin! 3rd on a Kode 80!
What else?


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