gbleck wrote: I'd say no cutouts and a flat bottom nose to a wide diamond tail.
bradn wrote: I will remove the cutouts, don't need them unless going >30 knots anyway
Bradn wrote:@ Johnny
I read on a forum page that they tried to do use cutouts, similar to formula, but there was no improvement until roughly 30 knots, since most of the time when racing, you are not going anywhere near 30 knots they removed them.
what about having the back corners on slight angles, this might help to drive the board onto its leeward rail for going upwind?
I read somewhere that they have also tried putting a slight vee in the nose, but it was hard to control and had no advantages at all.
Do you think that you could point higher on the diamond tailed board because it could rail easier? (maybe the square tailed board could not because of the corners digging in - assuming that the front of the board lifts up slightly as well when going upwind on the rail )
was there a big difference in the fins of both of the boards?
does anyone have any other ideas instead of tri fin setup with 2-5 degrees cant? (except north)
Thanks for the info Johnny
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