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Old 14th February 2010, 10:25 PM   #2
Deja Vu
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The simplest thing to do is to experiment with your mast track - try moving it forward of the centre position and keep moving it a little more forward every chance you get so you have an opportunity to get a feel for how the board behaves with multiple mast track positions. At some point you may find a position that is comfortable. Moving it forward should allow you to head the board off wind more easily with foot pressure and help control the board in gusts and chop. Next try different size fins - smaller fins should also help keep the board from heading upwind - as long as you're not spinning out then progressively try smaller fins.
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