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blaireau77 #1 20/02/2014 - 17h01

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Je reviens dans le monde de la formula avec l'acquisition d'une exocet formula 100 de 2010 (balck machine). Je voudrais savoir si un select en 70 cm est correct :huh: comme choix et lequel  :blink:

Merci pour vos avis.
CA 58 / CA 75 / JP VI 82 / EXOCET FORMULA 100
[vds naish stealth (04)  8.9 / 6.5 : 50 euros la voile
Papounet #2 20/02/2014 - 18h20

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http://www.carbonsugar.com/design/the-ultimate-fw-board-tuning-guide/

FINS:

Much like the Vapor board, the Exocet’s strengths are that it appears to suit a variety of fins. Everything from older R13 fins up to the latest Kashy/VMG etc super soft fins. The extra width in the tail allows the rider to use a big fin in stronger breezes however the fin must be working to help lift the nose of the board otherwise it could be counter-productive. Different fins give this board a different riding style. Using more traditional fins such as the R13, the board feels incredibly stiff under your feet and generates a lot of lift and speed upwind. As the R13 is a fin that generates a lot of ‘railing’ very easily downwind, we found this fin to give almost the best performance downwind in a variety of windstrengths as it helped rail the board which could clear the ‘sucking’ nose of swells and also reduce the wetted surface area of the board downwind; decreasing drag.

Despite what fin you decide to use, the fin needs to have considerably less rake than other board models. A fin that is less upright will help to lift the nose of the board and may also generate a little more geometric twist in the fin which can help with speed downwind and giving the board a more comfortable ride downwind.

The fins we recommended for this board are currently:

Light Winds:

- Kashy 72/70 XS (rake 4.5 deg)
- VMG Blades K73/70 (rake 5 deg)
- Deboichet R13 S– 70 (rake +4)
- Deboichet R20 70 (rake +4)


Strong Winds:

- Kashy 72/70 XS (rake 4.5 deg)
- VMG Blades K70 or K68 (rake 5 deg)
- Deboichet R13 S– 70 (rake +4)
- Deboichet R20 70 (rake +4)

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blaireau77 #3 21/02/2014 - 09h42

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Merci Papounet :D

La formula revient elle au goût du jour en france  :stuart:
CA 58 / CA 75 / JP VI 82 / EXOCET FORMULA 100
[vds naish stealth (04)  8.9 / 6.5 : 50 euros la voile

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