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Postby BlueSky » Tue May 28, 2002 8:48 am

thanks.

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Postby mike » Sun Jun 02, 2002 9:35 am

Hi Bluesky,

did you go for that Wavetray at the end ?

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Postby BlueSky » Mon Jun 03, 2002 4:33 pm

Yezzzz, i'm going to buy one

But first I want to try the 137 before I'll buy a 147

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Postby jever98 » Mon Jun 03, 2002 4:40 pm

Hi Bluesky,

I would watch out: the 137 wavetray has a very short planing area, due to the 5 cm tips either end. So I would guess it is rather extreme.
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Postby mike » Mon Jun 03, 2002 5:01 pm

Hi,

what's your weight BlueSky?

Adrian is presently building a WT142!! which should be perfect for the light riders, like myself (I'm 63kg).

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Postby BlueSky » Wed Jun 05, 2002 8:13 am

I'm 72 kg.

I was wondering if it's better to have a bit more surface riding waves, because it's more difficult to remain good wind/kitepressure?

Surfing in flat water the board almost can't be small enough IMO.


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