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  • #16
    Thanks a lot, its already got to Miami and its on way to Panama... Cant wait to use it on my 6,4 Quadra-Five... Ill get back with some feedback on it...

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    • #17
      Here is the Deviant fin attached to my Quadra-Five 6,4 as a tried it out yesterday in 1 - 2 ft weak waves conditions... It feels kinda loose but with a lot of drive, I dont know if its loose because its smaller than my PC-7... It went fast on turns but I reckon i might want to try it better conditions when I have the chance.... I guess it takes a while to get the feel of it.. ill come back with more feedback.

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      • #18
        Yeah el02.

        Stoked! keep us posted

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        • #19
          Who is using the deviant regularly?

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          • #20
            If I'm surfing a left bank on my SR I'll put it in regularly. I surf much better on my backhand with the deviant's help. If I'm on a right I prefer the solid feel of a standard rear fin. The deviant works great top to bottom for a bank hand approach but in a more pumping down the line, frontside approach it feels a little drifty to me. Once you commit to a turn it feels great though.

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            • #21
              I use it in my flexfire (with G5 fins) and I also find it goes great on my backhand. I only use my flexfire in overhead good waves. I have used it in my dominator, it went good but I prefer my Simon Anderson (large) fins in my dom.

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              • #22
                my youngest rides my 510hf exclusively with a deviant and futures ea techflex fronts...even though i still have to push him onto waves, he gives me all the "hydro- co-efficiency" reasons why i have to swap them in for him....!!!

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                • #23
                  seriously though...the deviant is the best way to get light groms to sink a rail in....and pump rail to rail...especially as most are on over-volumed boards...

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                  • #24
                    Maybe that's why I like it

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                    • #25
                      PRJ the eternal grom.

                      But yes I agree. A great fin for rail work, especially on a wide tailed board.

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