It seems it's the latter. I believe 150 is the number of boards you need to produce to be approved for racing these days!...wdric wrote:I wonder if that is 10 boards in total to be built to be approved for racing.
Or just 10 boards must be built to be assessed for registration process and then a minimum production quantity must be met ?
Yeah, that's pretty messed up. Even though the IKA says $1000 for hulls, most folks will get them retail at $2000 (and won't mind getting them at that price if that means the board is competitive and you don't have to wait 6 months for it to ship from Asia!). At that price point, a 'custom' (or small production) board becomes a real good idea... but it can't be registered for racing!tkettlepoint wrote:...this one would mean I would be working for less then 5 bucks a hour if the hull is 1000 bucks
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