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Old 28th March 2009, 06:15 AM   #41
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Like always, you are an attention whore. Wonder why??? Mommy pulled you off the tit too soon??

Besides, don't you have a Maui sails 'kitten' you should be hugging?
Wow a great responce from the unregistered. Thanks for the support always.
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Old 28th March 2009, 06:29 AM   #42
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Old 29th March 2009, 09:13 AM   #43
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It's all on the np site, don't know of any forums that have the details.


http://rsracing.neilpryde.com/rig-tu...ce-tuning.html
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Old 29th March 2009, 11:29 AM   #44
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Quite right. I seem to have reinvented the wheel. Simpler tie-off than I have been using.
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Old 29th March 2009, 09:01 PM   #45
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I have sailed a few RS:Racing EVOII sails now (6.2/7.0/7.8), the pryde feeling is still in the sails. BUT it is way lighter in top-end therefor easier to control. This was always the discussion point on the internet about the older RS:R to stiff etc. I Guess NP have listened to the amateur sailors.

I do like all series NP RS:R and RS:R Evo 1 also the new RS:R Evo 2. I do find it quite hard to get a good trim with the newer RS:R Evo 2, but I guess that I have to get used to those sails. I know for sure that with a NP RS:Racing EVO 2 you have the widest windrange per sailsize.

BTW I also like a Maui Sails TR-3/4, very light feeling and automatic sailtrim. These sails are supereasy to rig & sail. But also the Maui Sails have their limitations @ some point.

Please don't bash each other guys! We should be promoting windsurfing, give the world a positive feeling about windsurfing!!! These negative discussions ain't good.

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Old 30th March 2009, 12:03 AM   #46
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So last year's NP Racing beat the snot out of a whole crapload of brand new Code Reds?

Too bad for Bjorn http://www.star-board.com/forum/images/icons/icon9.gif
Remember " is not the arrow, is the INDIAN", Wilhem are a serious formula racer.... Undoubtly one of the bests in the world, like Gonzalo Costa Hoevel. And the Code reds in second place means not so bad.......
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Old 30th March 2009, 07:31 PM   #47
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We should be promoting windsurfing, give the world a positive feeling about windsurfing!!!
Yes we can (-:

Dont forget that old sails, works prety well !

Fabian Pendle 6, at PSL speed last week with a 2005 sail.

You can find a used one for 120 € and an old 75% mast is fine.
Windsurfing is not so expensive...

The 12 first, race or have raced in PWA or World Speed...
http://www.windsurfjournal.com/virtu...3%20Hommes.pdf

First EVO II is 9

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Old 10th April 2009, 09:00 PM   #48
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The concept was already used in the 90

Levebvre sails



Art sails ( Spindler or Stroj ??? )


And in an other form by Dupré



http://www.vip-blog.com/vip/blogs/ho...he.html?entree
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