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Old 17th September 2006, 12:08 AM   #7
Remi
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Default RE: Apollo, Way forward?

Hi JW22 and GeorgeUSA39?

We propose a change rule for the fin to be 75cm, but this will finaly be test during the folowing season in a trial organise by the Formula Windsurfing Class.

To increase the performances in light wind we definitely need a bigger fin. The Apollo is 84.5cm in the tail so abosulte no problems with 75cm. I try personaly all the Formula boards on the market right now and all of them work beter under 12 knots with a 75cm.

The plan is to propose a board that can replace the Rsx in 2012 in London. Yes it's possible to make a board under 7 kgs, but the cost will be not the same, and don't think that will be a good plan. If we would like to have chance to have a Formula in 2012, we must stay at the Rsx price for the all package.

All the best
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