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  1. #41
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    Feb 2012
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    St. Albert, Alberta, Canada
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    Ronix Koal 5'6" for the wife and I,
    Phase Five Icon for the kids as well.


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    2010 MOOMBA LSV
    340 CAT
    ACME 1235
    3100#'s




  2. #42

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doomswell View Post
    Im actually going to be on Lake Travis in a few weeks with the guys from Shred Stixx. Maybe we could hook up and Ill let you test some boards.
    Awesome, keep me in the loop and Ill see if I can get out and meet up.
    2002 Mobius LSV
    SA, Texas

  3. #43
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    Aug 2012
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    When is the next time you will be in town?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doomswell View Post
    When is the next time you will be in town?
    We usually just go up on the weekends when we can get out to the lake. Possibly up that way over the holiday weekend.
    2002 Mobius LSV
    SA, Texas

  5. #45

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    For speed and air it seems people are moving towards quad fins or double fins with the little mini fins. Is that where I should be looking for a faster board?

    Right now I looking at moving towards a Shred Stixx Thresher or Piranha. Being 190-200lbs this seems to be good to go.
    2002 Mobius LSV
    SA, Texas

  6. #46
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    Aug 2012
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    For more drive down the line I would go with a Quad fin. If you are wanting more air and want some bite up the face accompanied by speed then def go with the Twinzer set up. Either or they are both fast. But if it is Just speed you are wanting go quad, for airs go Twinzer. Hope this helps. Also I use Surfscience a lot. They are a very good resource. Here is a link to the quad fin setup.

    http://www.surfscience.com/topics/su...speed-and-more

    Also for a twin fin setup

    http://www.surfscience.com/topics/su...etups/twin-fin

  7. #47
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    May 2010
    Location
    Muskoka, Ontario
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    I ride a Inland Surfer yellow loogy, looks like a hybrid skim/surf. Its very short so it takes alot of practice to keep it in the sweet spot if your a bit heavier. I love it though very agile.

    Im gonna be getting a slightly bigger board next year with more fin configurations for spins etc this one is too sticky.

  8. #48
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    Apr 2012
    Location
    Pueblo, CO
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    We started surfing this year behind our 01 Outback DD, and it has been wicked awesome! We started with an Inland Surfer 6', then a 5'6" LF fish, and have settled in one the 5'3" LF fish. I'm 6'1"" 265 and this board allows me to ride and everyone on board, including kids. I really like the Liquid Force Fish
    Hauss66

    2002 Möbius V
    325 HP Indmar Assault
    Rockfordfosgate Punch Amp
    Liquid Audio speakers



    2001 Outback DD-SOLD!!

  9. #49
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    Aug 2012
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    Trying this one next week.
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  10. #50
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    Jul 2008
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    Snellville, GA & Lake Sinclair
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    You plan on running 5, full size Futures?
    Drew
    New ride: 2012 Mojo
    Old ride: 2008 OBV

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