Old 23rd August 2012, 11:25 AM   #41
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hi cro23,

the rrd 114 is 117 litres and 70cm wide. iSonic 117 is 118 litres and 75 wide. iSonic has much earlier planning - as remi said - and cover the stronger area too.

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Old 23rd August 2012, 06:37 PM   #42
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hi cro23,

the rrd 114 is 117 litres and 70cm wide. iSonic 117 is 118 litres and 75 wide. iSonic has much earlier planning - as remi said - and cover the stronger area too.

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isonic 117 is 80,5cm wide..
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Old 24th August 2012, 04:43 AM   #43
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Hi Cro23

Yes iSonic 117 is 80.5cm wide, this one replace the iSonic 117 Wide 2012.

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Old 24th August 2012, 11:28 PM   #44
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Hi Remi, one more question for the IS110 is it Deep Tuttle base ? If that's the case could you still use Reg tuttle or would not recommend it ?

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Old 26th August 2012, 02:41 AM   #45
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Hi Federico

As you can see in the specs, yes this board have Deep Tuttle and you can use normal tuttle base in reason why we deliver the 2 differents size screws with the board.

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Old 26th August 2012, 01:15 PM   #46
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Got it thank you, Remi.
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Old 30th August 2012, 08:44 PM   #47
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Hi remi
I will like to have your opinion on this:
Normaly i use freewave boards from 4 mtrs to 6,4 mtrs on different spots whith wave sails
Probably 75% of my sailing is bump and jump and the wind use to be steady at different strenghts somi can choose board and sail and go sailing quite easily
When the wind is offshore , but inside a big bay i use slalom board so i only have 1 slalom board
I sail slalom allways in the same spot
The wind is very gusty but strong and we use 6,2 and 7,0 sails
70% of the time the 7,0
I have an isonic 97 carbon 2012 !!!
When thebwind is on is fantastic whith both sails but as the wind is so gusty i spend a lot of time half floating as i weight 86 kgs
Today i sail the 6,2 and my isonic 97 was full speed , fantastic but i get really bad moments whithout wind also
Also when 7,0 this 97 goes verynwell but again the lulls make me sink
My problem is that having only one slalom board im suffering a lot on the very common lulls we have
So i need more liters !!!?????
Im thinking in change my 97 for a 107 ? Or 110?
What so you think , the 107 will work ok whith this sails? Or it will be too much board for this sails?obviously will be a solution for the lulls but will i control the board when i have the wind back?
So the 110 will be worst?
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Old 30th August 2012, 09:29 PM   #48
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I also had a IS 97 but have changed it for a IS 107 as I also weigh 85kgs and use the board with 6.5, 7.5,8.5 as it has enough width to plod back when wind drops plus I get lots more on water time with this combo..... I think the 110 will be a great board but at 75 wide will suit bigger sails eg 8.6.......
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Old 31st August 2012, 11:37 PM   #49
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So remi, 107?
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Old 3rd September 2012, 08:13 AM   #50
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Hi Juan

I'm 68 kg and use the iSonic 97 for the same sails you do and for me it's perfect. My windsurfing buddy is 82 kg and has an iSonic 111 (2010) model and he also uses it with a 6.2 & a 7.0 and he has exactly the same problem you have going off the plane when the wind drops or in between the gusts. Now he is considering a the 2013 110. From what you have described I think the 2013 110 is made for you.
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