|5th October 2009, 05:55 AM||#1|
QUAD: Starboard or JP ?
after a season during which I've decided to buy a twinzer a new stuff comes out:the quad!
From what I've heard it should be even better but now I'm a bit confused...
Can you please describe the difference between twinzer,tri fin and quad?
I use to sail my Euro wave sessions in spots where the main sail is the 4,7.Wind is side on,side and,sometimes,side off.Waves height is 0,5 to 3 mt (mostly 1,5-2).They can be huge but almost never aggressive.I mean,even if it's big,it tends to not last long.
I mainly focus on waveriding instead of jumps.With my single fin I use to have 2-3 bottoms on a average wave but I have to work hard for it.
Tested a twinzer and in light air/smal waves had 3 bottoms where I would dream for a good ONE if I've been on a single fin...
That's why I want buy a multi fin board.
Just to have a better reference can you help me to understand how choose the right size?
I mean,guess to have understood that twinzers need to be bigger than single because of the narrow tail,so when you use a "classic" 75 l single you have to go for a 80/2 l twinzer.
What's up with quad?
Another question regards the different fins set up between Starboard (bigger fins forward) and Jp (bigger fins rear).
Why that?Different goal?Different feeling?
Can you hel with that?
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