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Old 10th January 2010, 07:36 PM   #1
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What would be the best option for me (1.89 m, about 90kgs)
I would like to keep the sonic 85 because it's ok, and the Formula 155 because of my budget.

option 1: sonic 85, isonic 101, isonic 125, Formula155
option 2: sonic 85, isonic 101, isonic 133, Formula 155
option 3: sonic 85, isonic 111, isonic 133, Formula 155

Sails: RS 5.4-6.2-7.2-7.8-8.4-9.8
Fins: Tectonics falcon/ goldwing and Meanline slalom
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Old 10th January 2010, 10:05 PM   #2
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I'm 1.87m & 87kg (so pretty much like you) and I recently also had to decide upon a renewal of my quiver.
I've bought an isonc 101 of 2009, last week.

This brings me to this quiver:

No SB 86L, SB isonic 101, No SB 125L, SB F161

This looks much like your option 1.

Personally I find a 133 too close to my formula.
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Old 26th January 2010, 03:16 PM   #3
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A 133 could be to close to my old F155, I only use a 9.8 on it in really light days. I do use the 125 with 9.0 - 8.4- 7.8

But I am still in doubt whether to go for a 133 + 111 + 85 or 125(change for 122?) + 101 + 85...

anyone from the team who could say something about this?
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