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Re: TT choice for less wind but always chop

Postby Madraoulas » Sat May 21, 2022 6:03 am

I'll tell you this (and I have confirmed it many times)...when my one strut RRD Vision 17m (2019) can fly then I can use TT, so there is no need for a different style board .When I say "can fly" I mean if I can keep it on the air on the beach standing with the less possible air (less than 9--10 knts).That time I can use the 148x45 ( but always chop here and I have the problems I said at first)...thank you

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Re: TT choice for less wind but always chop

Postby Madraoulas » Sat May 21, 2022 6:03 am

I'll tell you this (and I have confirmed it many times)...when my one strut RRD Vision 17m (2019) can fly then I can use TT, so there is no need for a different style board .When I say "can fly" I mean if I can keep it on the air on the beach standing with the less possible air (less than 9--10 knts).That time I can use the 148x45 ( but always chop here and I have the problems I said at first)...thank you

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Re: TT choice for less wind but always chop

Postby Madraoulas » Sat May 21, 2022 6:03 am

I'll tell you this (and I have confirmed it many times)...when my one strut RRD Vision 17m (2019) can fly then I can use TT, so there is no need for a different style board .When I say "can fly" I mean if I can keep it on the air on the beach standing with the less possible air (less than 9--10 knts).That time I can use the 148x45 ( but always chop here and I have the problems I said at first)...thank you

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Re: TT choice for less wind but always chop

Postby Madraoulas » Sat May 21, 2022 6:03 am

I'll tell you this (and I have confirmed it many times)...when my one strut RRD Vision 17m (2019) can fly then I can use TT, so there is no need for a different style board .When I say "can fly" I mean if I can keep it on the air on the beach standing with the less possible air (less than 9--10 knts).That time I can use the 148x45 ( but always chop here and I have the problems I said at first)...thank you

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Re: TT choice for less wind but always chop

Postby Madraoulas » Sat May 21, 2022 6:03 am

I'll tell you this (and I have confirmed it many times)...when my one strut RRD Vision 17m (2019) can fly then I can use TT, so there is no need for a different style board .When I say "can fly" I mean if I can keep it on the air on the beach standing with the less possible air (less than 9--10 knts).That time I can use the 148x45 ( but always chop here and I have the problems I said at first)...thank you

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Re: TT choice for less wind but always chop

Postby andylc » Sat May 21, 2022 7:00 am

You’ve said it many times too!
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Re: TT choice for less wind but always chop

Postby Madraoulas » Sat May 21, 2022 9:02 am

Yes 😂😂😂..and I can't delete them now...sorry


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