I guess at least half of the result of such a test would depend on if the testers THOUGHT it was a pure wave board or not by just looking at it and knowing its history. But with a bit of luck the actual test sailing of the board could maybe also influence things...
But seriously, check out a board like the Goya One. It's often included in fsw tests, but the tail is narrower than most and it's at least half way towards a pure wave board. Comparing width relative tail width the Kode is just a half a cm or so narrower in the tail. So there are no clear lines between the segments.
Last edited by Ola_H; 10th May 2010 at 06:54 PM.