Old 14th November 2013, 09:33 PM   #1
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Default Another 110 question I'm Afraid!

My use of the Isonic range is not really in line with the general comments I find on this forum especially in terms of sail size.......I typically use one size smaller than is talked about here throughout. This is probably because I am somewhat lighter at 78kgs than the "big" slalom racers, I do not race, and I prefer to sail well powered rather than overpowered.......and I am getting old! I also use North RAMs rather than the full race Warps.

At the moment I use sails from 6.3 to 8.5 on the 107 and 127 but also have an older ( 2008) 122 which is used a step up/down for both boards. My question is that I want to update the 122 and am not sure whether it will fulfil the same role that I currently use my 122 for. Typical step up ( board size) is when conditions get a bit light for the 7m on my 107, or step down when water conditions get too lumpy for the 7.8 on my 127. The wind has been so variable this year that the 122 has seen quite a bit of use...and it is always far easier to swop boards than rig another sail.

So it boils down to a direct comparison between the 110 and my old 122...say with a 7m semi race sail.
My alternative would be to find a 2012 117 ( 75cm wide) from somewhere.

ps...similar post put in the free forum
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Old 21st November 2013, 01:11 PM   #2
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Hi Mikerb,

If you want an iSonic to replace your old 122 the 110 will do perfectly the job, first your 122 was a real 114 Liters and the 2014 iSonic 110 is a 112 liters but more modern and efficient.
7.0, 7.8 & 8.6 will perform well on it but in your case the 7.0 and 7.8 will make enjoy your sailing.

Hope this help

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Old 21st November 2013, 07:32 PM   #3
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Thanks Remi.....I have bought a 110 ( new but 2013 model not 2014). No chance to use it yet but impressed by what I can see. The entire shape looks very well balanced. Volume looks more evenly distributed rather than most of it being behind the mast foot, the deck concave is better shaped than the 107 ( which often feels like you have put your foot in a hole if you venture too inboard of the rail on the gybe footchange!), and the more narrow tail suggest gybing will be a lot more dynamic than the 122 and probably comparable to the 107. I really look forward to getting it wet and reckon during the summer at least it could well become the first board out of the van.

I will hold on to my 107 for rougher water/stronger winds, at least for the time being.........maybe change it for a smaller board if I find it is not getting used!
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Old 6th February 2014, 02:42 PM   #4
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Hi Remi,

I am a bit surprised that Starboard still names the boards different volumes than what they are. I thought we were past the days of old. I remember a friend of mine blow his top when he had bought an S-type 93 as well as an s-type 101 if remember correctly and the 101 was actually 97 so had spent an extra 1300 euros for just 4 liters difference. Anyway on that note can you please tell me is the Isonic 110 2013 112 liters as well?
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Old 7th February 2014, 08:30 PM   #5
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I think I can answer that for you cos Remi has commented on this subject before. The 110 is 110. Yes the 122 I had was 114 but it was a 2008 board. From what I can see, comparing the volumes as measured by Isaaf and the stated volumes by SB...now they are the same..........well at least for the boards registered for the PWA!
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Old 11th February 2014, 02:52 AM   #6
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Hi Van,

You can find here the correct volume of the iSonic : http://www.sailing.org/tools/documents/ISAFListSlalom-[8370].pdf
When we make the prototype we sink the boards in a tank to find out the volume and the Factory do this but by scan and this might have some little difference and we know this long time after all art design is done. However you won't feel so small difference particularly is more the width who is more important over the volume and this will not disturb the board performances.
Hope you enjoy your iSonic 112 and blast over your friends.

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Old 14th February 2014, 09:55 AM   #7
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Hi Remi,

Many thanks for that.

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