Is there a specific "mono only" rationale for the change to low beam that doesn't apply for a foil with a stabiliser?Horst Sergio wrote: ↑Thu Dec 10, 2020 6:23 pmRequested changes especially in perspective to "Mono only" are:
- reducing width even more from 60 to 56 cm (Indiana has 63 cm)
- increasing thickness to 12 cm to keep a volume of above 70 litres
- changing strap position and straps fundament wideness
- pushing the tracks forward as most important for the mono
Never really thought about how many meanings "beam has before" Obviously in this context, the nautical one:
narrowfluidity wrote: ↑Fri Dec 11, 2020 10:21 pmNever really thought about how many meanings "beam has before" Obviously in this context, the nautical one:
a ship's breadth at its widest point.
"a cutter with a beam of 16 feet"
the width of a person's hips.
"notice how broad in the beam she's getting?"
Not to be confused with a "beam of light", "beam me up Scotty" or a plank.
So the nautical term for how wide a water craft is.
Yes I agree, I made a little error, so tried to correct it by pushing tracks another 2 cm forward, not sure if early enough and Groove will change it, anyway it will be ok, both ways as:
Legitimate question, as seen it is not all black and white. A wide board is good for compfortable take of without to much pumping effort.
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