Well my wave twinny is 146cm long and my biggest suitcase is 74cm inside, so even with a straight cut its a close fit.Europ2 wrote: ↑Mon Oct 30, 2017 7:09 pm' Looked at in your profile ....
Why not replicating the W of your Progeni Mutare board, for me the best solution (source of serious inspiration for Nobile and flysurfer ?)
Yes, the W makes the split boards a bit longer .... half of the W length exactly ....
By the way, you are the first person I see on this forum with a mutare. Would you have a feedback for us after nearly 7 or 8 years of use ?
The clever 316 Stainless Steel Latch have never been copied by other brands, do you have an explanation ?
Unless you have the internal mounting hardware like the mutare or nobile, or you can machine an accurate scarf joint like others, a top strap is the easiest DIY option. I'll create a separate post for that build soon.
As for the Mutare, it's a good board. Stiffer than I prefer these days, but great fun in the flats. I like to ride it finless when decently powered.
I've had to patch the carbon skin here and there when running aground, but otherwise it's still in great shape.
The main reason for doing a split version of my wave twinny is that I simply love riding that particular size, shape and flex. I'm hoping to retain the flex on the split board, and I have some ideas already.