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Old 1st March 2007, 06:53 PM   #1
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Default isonic 111 - trouble with back foot

hello Ian & Team,

I would like to ask you about your opinion in terms of a issue I have with the 111.

Usually I use my 111 with 7.8 and 8.4 fin size is between 34-36 SL2 Deboi.

My weight is around 222lbs and use the RS6-7 suite.

While I am sailing the usual setup for me is to put the boom @ max top level since I am tall 200cm

This allows me to (because of the high boom level) to lift the board onto his Lee Edge (sorry for the bad describtion).

My trouble is with the 7.8 sail and the 111 - due to the sail cut I cannot put the boom that high as with the other sails. And this result in too much pressure on the back foot. I tried already so much think - other fins different sizes, put the tracker fron and back.

Don't know if it will make a big difference to cut the protection stift out of the mast tracker.

Could you provide me some more tipps to resolve that issue ?

thxs, matt
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