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  1. #1
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    Default good fin adjustment article

    Tried my new Senate Sunday for the first time- nothing to write home about (except that I got to ski behind a boomerang again) so I won't.
    Heading back to open water tomorrow to get a better feel for the double boots (previously always skied with RTP) and tune the fin. I've been reading everything I can find about fin adjustments and ran across this article that seems to explain the principles behind fin function pretty well. Let me know if you've found others.

    http://www.jagersport.com/FMTECH_0204.pdf
    2008 OBV
    2001 Ski Nautique closed bow
    attracted to shiny things that float

  2. #2
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    You are a lot braver than I am. With all of the adjustments to the boots, I haven't gotten past there to get to the fin. Make sure that you have a mic with pen and paper.
    1997 MasterCraft 205

    2008 Moomba Outback
    1999 MasterCraft Sportstar OB
    1992 MasterCraft 205
    1999 Malibu Response LX
    1987 Marlin Magnum Skier

  3. #3
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    stupidity or bravery? probably more the former but I have a week to demo the ski so I'm willing to try some small adjustments to bindings/fins and see if I can get it headed in the right direction.
    2008 OBV
    2001 Ski Nautique closed bow
    attracted to shiny things that float

  4. #4
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    nice article thanks, i think i can tone down the ski with a little fin movement.
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    Joe V
    2012 Möbius XLV~ Loaded & Exiled
    2007 Outback V ~ sold

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