Contact Shinn. Their Shinnster is basically exactly the same.GregFoil wrote: ↑Mon Jun 26, 2017 7:50 pmThanks! There is big school of HWS builders, you can find really amazing boards here, if you are interested> http://www.grainsurf.com/forum/
The tests for the Paipo are only the ones on top, the thin ones...
Anyone knows about the construction of the BRM boards? They look way stronger than a regular kiteboard.
Here there are a couple pics of the complete surfboards, the left one is a replica of the original Steve Lis 5'5" Fish, and the other one is 6'4">
You are right, that was probably a mistake, but I guess the fiberglass on the fins is strong enough for any setup. I have similar patterns on 3 boards, and so far they are OK.One question tho, this looks like the wood grain parallel to the board surface? Would it be better to have it square or even parallel with the fin leading edge (LE)?
Yep, sounds like a good idea, will do. In any case, I will reinforce the plate area with a few extra carbon layers.If you go with these unconventional layers, consider flipping it so the veneer over carbon side is the bottom and the glass over wood side is top deck
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