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Old 5th May 2007, 08:54 PM   #8
ned_321
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Default RE: Different technique required for isonic 101 for speed compared to traditional shapes?

I hope Doby is not right, and that Ian is just away from internet access.

In the meantime, I have gotten reaction on the windsurfing33 forum. Advise was to put the mastfoot at 129-130. This is about as far back in the box as you can go. But I'm going to try it anyhow.

Here are 3 photos: 1 of the fin I use; and another of the mastfoot in 133 (current) and 130 cm (next time).

Lessacher B+F 35
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Mastfoot at 133
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Mastfoot at 130
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