Had my first run on one today, nice clean bar and light in the hand.CaptainArgh wrote: Have people ridden production versions of this yet?
How does it handle center line twists (from downlooping on ocean runs)?
I saw the North version last week and the build looked to be pretty nice, but I like how all the lines on the OR version are exposed for easy cleaning and maintenance. Have some concern that fine sand could bind up in the knob and be tough to clean out.
Is it a turn to depower and repower? On the North one (which was news to me) you turn the crank to power it, but to depower it you smack the button in the center of the knob and it depowers with each hit. That made good sense to me as you can more easily spill power in a sustained gust event.
In any case, it looks good. Be curious to read real rider feedback.
If you mean, does it have a male / female interface with the bar opening to lock into place when unhooked, no it doesn't but the PU is quite stiff on this bar and does hold it pretty firm.
Frank, I suspect you're one of the OBX Crew. If so, 2-3 of those demo bars were built on older EVA gripped bars. You should have access to some of the newer EVA bars too if you can get out in the next few days?
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