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Old 28th March 2007, 06:09 AM   #4
mark h
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Default RE: 120 litre speed board ????

Hi Floyd
I'm slightly heavier than you, and I'm average joe skill. For speed its unlikely that 40k will happen on a iS122, more like mid 30's. By the time the iS122 will do mid 30's, it would be possible to be pulling better times on something sleeker. It might be better looking at something like a iS94/87 for "real world speed". I'm using a 2004 sonic 100 with a 7.6 NS Warp and 35cm fin and its pretty easy getting mid 30's on most sessions. Even if the wind dies, its still uphaulable and big enough to float home. The Sonic 100 (and iS94 I'd think) really is a "do it all" board, I'v toyed with upgrading it but I'm really reluctant to. Leucate sounds good, its still pretty cold over here, so still in big neoprene and silly hats.

Cheers
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