Ok guys I love my Potatonator and my BP, but I think I need a board for those good days when the waves are steeper, more powerful. I mainly surf the Gold Coast, Snappers, Cooly, and Currumbin Beach break when it's working (just to avoid the crowds!!). I'm up for suggestions I was think a Hellfire as it's origins are the same family as the nators and I love the way the PN rides. What are your expert opinions, keep in mind I'm your average Joe surfer, I just find a bit more rocker would be good for tyhose late take offs and steeper faces on the better days out on the points.
Also I like the volume in my PN and BP should I stay the same and go a 6'6"?? (if I go the Hellfire)
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5'7" Baked Potato
New Potatonator and Baked on the wayJust got my new 6.0 Potatonator and got to say this is a great board. Unfortunately the surf has been lacking to put it through it's paces properly, but have it out in 1-2ft mushy waves better suited to the Baked Potato but murphy's law I have to wait for the next shipment to arrive so I can take delivery. This board paddles like a train and turns on a dime, Thanks Raz at Firewire for recommending I try one. The plan is the Potatonator will be my go to board for 2- 6' waves and the Baked is my 1-4' mushy full waves and as a change up for some fun. I'm running a quad set of Mayhems in my Potatonator and I've also got a set of Indo SF4's on order and a set of Indo Controllers for my Baked.
When I demo'd a 5'5" Baked I found it caught wave easier than the sweet and was really loose but just a tad under baked (excuse the pun) on volume. Can't wait to get them both in to some better waves. Stoked!! Will try post a pic as well
The right Spitfire for meHi Guys
would like your opinions to the most asked question. I'm 50 years young 92kg 6' 1" and fit. Looking at a Spitfire 6' 4 I'm thinking?? I surf the Gold Coast points and beachs. I surf every weekend there is a wave. Also what quad configuration would you recommend? I am looking for this board to be my go to board from 2 to 6 foot. Also thinking of getting a Sweet Potato in maybe 6' 2 to compete with the longboarders in 1-2ft what you think?