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  • #31
    i was thinking the sub may get into waves a little easier with its 3ltrs more volume

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    • #32
      I think a bigger sub would paddle well. I'm riding mine the same size as my Spitfire and it paddles a little slower and needs a bit more quality in the wave to get going, but on a decent wave it's a little flyer!

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      • #33
        First ride of a Sub schorcher today...very impressed....went much better than it looked.

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        • #34
          Nice, I love mine, great little board. I wish I could order a custom at 5'10 x 19" x 2.31" :(

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          • #35
            Hey guys

            I have had my Sub Scorcher 6'0" for about 6 months now and absolutely loving the board. However, sometimes I tend to get stuck midway through turns. Not sure if that has to do with the board itself or if it is due to the fins. I am using the FCS Nexus H-3 fins and I read somewhere that these fins have a tendency to make the board bog sometimes. I have tries it with the AM2 fins, but didn't like it.

            It is not a huge issue, but keen to know if anyone else has had similar experiences with the board or the fins?


            Cheers

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            • #36
              I like the wct upright but for my weight it doesn't work medium size surf like slight overhead, can u recommend an upright future fun that's alittle bigger than wct?

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              • #37
                I am pretty much the same weight and enjoy the HS large. I think they have under 33 degrees. Most of the larger futures are 35-36. The Roberts also look like the are fairly upright. Both have the V2 foil.

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