I think the IKA can create rules, maximum weights, sizes, etc., but I think it should not require a minimum number of boards, only that any rider can have the same board that another rider use, and is not to with a minimum of 30 boards. I think the rule should be:
the shaper sends the dimensions, weights and characteristics of boards that produces as well as the model name, the IKA creates a list of boards that can be used in competition with images and characteristics of the boards, and contact the shapers as well as the price of each board. a maximum price limit for all boards, so any rider can choose which board to use, anyone can have a board that wants to use and know what price to pay. I think it would be a sensible idea that would benefit everyone.
can be a good proposal calibra, but if we want to put all competitors on the same plane will have to compete with the same sails and the same board, it is unthinkable to compete across several brands. otherwise there is only one tonnage! and nothing else. be satisfied only part with these rules. it is important to have a cap in spending equipment. we use common sense there are those who have devoted much time, money and passion do not kill him