The incredibly unique iSonic question thread!
I have a 2006 starboard iSonic 133. I like it a lot.
Recently I saw a rider with the iSonic's predecessor, the Hypersonic. I noticed the huge difference in bottom shape, the concaves and lack of cutaways.
I'm wondering what the design rationale behind the concaves was and why they were discontinued.
Might be a "Grass-is greener" observation, but I sail in choppy to very choppy flat water and great lakes conditions. The iSonic is a rough ride in these conditions, but I would expect the same from any wide board. Would the Hyper offer any benefits in these conditions?
Also I chipped the trailing edge of the Deboicet fin, what's the best way to deal with it?