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juan1 15th July 2009 04:33 AM

warps and isonic
 
i just buy north warp 6,3 7,0 but i cant find the right way to use them:):) whith my isonic 101?
im rigging the sails as i use to do whith the np rs r , but on normal wind looks like the sail is chewing gum , only whith strong wind im going decently??
any help?:D

Taty Frans 15th July 2009 05:11 AM

Uhmm.

Sure the 6.3 would be to small for the 101 untill it gets really windy,

The 7.0 should be okay with decent wind on the 101.

When I was with Northsails Jimmy Diaz told me not to overdownhaul the warps this will make the sails work not the way it supposed to.

So try the use the MIN and MAX downhail settings that is printed on the sail.

maybe just medium between the MIN - MAX sail Option.

If you want maximum power of the board try setting the mastbase more in the back.

and maybe a bigger fin can also be a option.

TAty

juan1 15th July 2009 01:39 PM

i will try medium downhaul
what about outhoul? looks like i need negative or cero outhaul?
thanks for your help
juan

bamburo 17th July 2009 03:50 PM

Juan, your Warps are they 2009, 08, ....? . Aside for the 2009, the rest are really...and I mean really, hard to overdownhaul (even with Streamline bases). I used ti have a 2007 7.3 Warp and I found it particularly powerful (enough to set me planning with my 115 litres board in the shifty winds of La Mexilloeira......).

Buenos vientos.

juan1 17th July 2009 10:43 PM

2009 warps
sldos juan


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