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buzzy
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Last Activity: Today, 04:41 AM
Joined: 12-10-2011
Location: Sydney Australia
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  • buzzy
    replied to more release
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    I meant to add by the way the right fins in the Dom will be much more likely to resolve the drive issue in the Dom than getting a Spit. A Spit with the same fins will give much the same result. I'm a...
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  • buzzy
    replied to Michel
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    Good one Spartan! Ripping. On to Bells.
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  • I bought a Pile Driver and liked it so much I bought a MiniDriver for bigger waves. I also own a Unibrow. I took the MD for its first surf today. 3-4 foot (head high to 1.5x overhead). Mostly closing...
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  • buzzy
    replied to more release
    I'm not sure when you say "release" whether you want the board to slide a little on turn completion or you want more drive. I have the feeling you want more drive. Bigger fins with more rake...
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  • buzzy
    replied to Found a 6'8 Dom for sale...too big?
    They're all in the same ball park. I like the smooth round turns of a Dom but I reckon the performance differences would be a few % between each. No matter what you got you'd quickly adjust to and lo...
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  • buzzy
    replied to Alternator all round classic
    The Alternator is definitely the best high performance shortboard for an average size and up average but regular recreational surfer in the FireWire line. In my opinion the Dom and Alt are the two staples...
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  • 200lbs and 48yoa. I'm riding between 35.5 and 41.5 litres, with the best range being 37.3 to 38.5 for the biggest range of conditions. The 35.5 hardly sees the water , and the 41.5 does only on really...
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  • buzzy
    replied to Found a 6'8 Dom for sale...too big?
    The size is great. I personally use my Dom for the very smallest of waves. I don't feel a need for a more grovelling board. A Dom is really the only board a progressing intermediate needs until they start...
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  • buzzy
    replied to Fins for 6'1 uni
    Me too (I'm 90kg). Parko's 85kg so for someone at say 82kg they should be perfect....
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  • buzzy
    replied to Pile Driver. What`s up?
    It's a little early to tell as one day aside I've only had the PD out in small waves. I can definitely say the PD has a lower low end at the same length. And it does feel just a touch looser than the...
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  • buzzy
    replied to Pile Driver. What`s up?
    I agree with Chris you really notice the tail rocker. But so far I haven't had any issues with a lack of speed. I quite like it. It's definitely loose but the width gets it up and planing pretty quickly....
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  • I surf a 6'4" UB at 90kg. I reckon in that chest to OH range the UB is just a better board than the Dom. It's more refined. It's looser. It's more precise. Indeed, that wave range is ideal for the...
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