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Old 23rd August 2013, 05:39 PM   #11
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Hi Belskorpio,

Still the same between 110 and 107, first one is a light wind machine who is perfect on 7.8/8.6 in flat water, so the perfect tool for light guys as their light wind board.
107 is a medium board for 7.8/8.6 in choppy water to very choppy water.

In PWA that will give something like this
Light racers 110/97/80
Medium Racers : 117/107 or 97/87
Heavy Racers : 130/107/90

Hope this help

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Old 23rd August 2013, 06:11 PM   #12
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Hi Unregistered,

Best sails doesn't change from the 110 to 130.
From 107 to 80 all of them handle better bigger sail size with out losing performances for the small one.
107 handle very well the 8.6 condition as request PWA racers
97 handle well the 7.8 now and still perfect for 6.2
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Ok Remi.

In my view best sail for 117 2013 was the 9,2 (powered up).
Hope the new one will be better both in 9,2 (even not powered up) AND in 8,6. That would allow for a good jump to the 97...
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Old 24th August 2013, 10:47 AM   #13
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Hi Belskorpio,

Still the same between 110 and 107, first one is a light wind machine who is perfect on 7.8/8.6 in flat water, so the perfect tool for light guys as their light wind board.
107 is a medium board for 7.8/8.6 in choppy water to very choppy water.

In PWA that will give something like this
Light racers 110/97/80
Medium Racers : 117/107 or 97/87
Heavy Racers : 130/107/90

Hope this help

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What' s the weight definition of light and Medium racers
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Old 25th August 2013, 06:34 AM   #14
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baba,

the definition might be the worldcup which is different from many race series and locations.
For me (180cm@88kg) the 130,107&87 is the way to go because our Japanese race series has many gusty spots with larger wind holes close to the beach. On top of that, with a couple of other sailors around and not have the great pumping techique like the pros, I have no other option than the 130 in lighter winds.
BUT, this is only for racing, which is the targe for the iSonic. If I wouldn't be racing, I would be on the 117, hands down. A perfect size board with with much more control. However, in this case, the Futura would be a worth option as well.
Hence I do recommend you to go BIG, or go home (Saying from Kevin Prittchard) or check if you will participate in races with unstable winds.
Just my two cents.
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Old 27th August 2013, 05:38 PM   #15
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Hi Bubb

Heavy Ravers : Over 90
Medium Racers : around 80
light racers under 75

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Old 29th August 2013, 06:22 AM   #16
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Ok Remi.

In my view best sail for 117 2013 was the 9,2 (powered up).
Hope the new one will be better both in 9,2 (even not powered up) AND in 8,6. That would allow for a good jump to the 97...
Hi I am 80 kg last year my low wind set was 117 ,Z 46 reflex 8,6. This year I exchange to 9.2 reflex 9.2. It was a big mistake. No advantages in low wind at all,because it heavi for 117. I start to loose to the friends I training with.
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Old 29th August 2013, 09:37 AM   #17
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baba,

the definition might be the worldcup which is different from many race series and locations.
For me (180cm@88kg) the 130,107&87 is the way to go because our Japanese race series has many gusty spots with larger wind holes close to the beach. On top of that, with a couple of other sailors around and not have the great pumping techique like the pros, I have no other option than the 130 in lighter winds.
BUT, this is only for racing, which is the targe for the iSonic. If I wouldn't be racing, I would be on the 117, hands down. A perfect size board with with much more control. However, in this case, the Futura would be a worth option as well.
Hence I do recommend you to go BIG, or go home (Saying from Kevin Prittchard) or check if you will participate in races with unstable winds.
Just my two cents.
~Shinobi
Hi Shinobi,

What is your biggest sail on the 107 ?
Do you use it sometimes with a 8.6 ?
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Old 13th September 2013, 06:06 PM   #18
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Does any body know if the OFO tail measurements are on outside or the inside of the new side cut/cut aways?
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Old 21st September 2013, 04:40 AM   #19
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Hi Mark

It's the outline so the board have much less wet surface at 30cm.

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Old 21st September 2013, 11:46 AM   #20
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Thanks Remi
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