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  • Firewire fins review, any one?

    Calling on all comrades who've tried the new Firewire fins in either tri or quad to review em if possible?

    The FCS site sells em (tri/quad set; all 5 fins) for $170 and before ordering, I thought some research would be in order.

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    Yeah I'd like to hear some feedback too. The depth measurement I've seen seemed huge compared to most fins, especially M range fins. Area seemed about normal though.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by aurfalien View Post
      Calling on all comrades who've tried the new Firewire fins in either tri or quad to review em if possible?

      The FCS site sells em (tri/quad set; all 5 fins) for $170 and before ordering, I thought some research would be in order.

      Didn't you get a 5-fin set aurfalien? How did they go?

      Got a # and DA on the way... new FCS2 system, so would like to get some new fins for the boards.... Not sure what to get yet...

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      • #4
        Hey Erling,

        Sorry to hit you soo late, been offline and bizzy. I did get em but didn't really surf em.

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        • #5
          Took me a while to see this, but i bought a 5 fin set of FCS ll bamboo fins. I rode them in my Potatonator and i think they were too small for such a large board. I have them now in my Evo and they feel good, plenty of drive and good pivot from the bottom and quick response into cutbacks. I think i am too big for them at 90kg's but they would suit 60-80kg. They felt good as a quad set until a rear quad fell out and i lost it in the sand. They feel like they have a good amount of hold as a tri set and responsive to turn, only had the Evo 2 weeks so still experimenting.

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