Sorry, I read Schimdy first. Thanks Mike too!MikeBirt wrote:I asked the designer this and he said yes..
single strap placement on the V3 60 uses the front fin screw of the central rear fin.. You will need a longer stainless m6 screw though I think.... in fact I'm sure!
Hi all, sorry for the confusion. Actually is a little bit of shame to myselfjuaorpo wrote:Thanks Schmidy,
My question is... this hole in the middle (red circled) does not seem to be fully drilled, I can barely appreciate half a centimeter deep and all black compared to the other standard holes (who seem to go far depper). Do you know if it is usable directly, screwing it directly or not? The hole is also outside from the pad.... any trouble with that?
I measured with gps around 40km/h in the moment I make a "V" with my right hand fingers (near the end), but in the very beginning I was also trying to be fast. Yes water was pretty choppy, pretty much as you say, water very disorganized with waves (not breaking) and choppy.William Munney wrote:juaorpo wrote:A couple of videos with 60v3 and 54v3 with focus on the boards:
Sector 60 v3. Mine.
Looks like you were getting some pretty good speed over that chop and the board was riding smooth.
I always find it difficult to judge the water conditions even in a high def video. The closest open bay spots where I ride almost always have a strange mix of waves and chop, even in relatively low wind when I'm riding the 16m Rebel and a twintip. The Sector would probably be a more comfortable ride at a greater speed. Thanks for the video.
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