RE: Why Board Maker lie about actual volume ?
should one need to know the exact volume of his board, I am totally sure that he would prefer to get it from the board spec chart rather than to measure it by himself; don't you agree?
And yes, small variations are no problem, but what about say the Fanatic NewWave 73 '05 which actually is 66lts.?
Starboard states the iS101 at 101 lts.; that +-5% thing refers to weight, not volume. This is because weight may vary from single board to another being affected by manual manufacturing process, while volume can be determined with enough precision by CAD or using a tank.