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Thanks Chris and Iggy! Chris, just a question re the alternator. What do you see as the main differences between that and the hellfire? My reasoning for interest in the hellfire was that I thought it might be easier to adapt to as I already ride a hybrid, as opposed to a true performance short board shape. Locally, we get some solid swells in winter but mainly beach breaks that don't hold much more than 6 ft, and probably only surf that size a few times a year. Most of my waves are in the 1-5 ft range. Definitely need a second board to compliment my Elf tho, for 3-5 foot good conditions. Maybe I need an alternator AND a Hellfire- cover all the bases!
I'm with you on the OCD thing Phill! Gotta have that wax just right- especially with some solid autumn swells on the way. Speaking of which, attached is a shot from last easter... fingers crossed for more of the same soon. AttachmentAttached Files
Stripping wax of my FuegoHey all,
I bought my first Firewire- 6'1 El Fuego- about 5 months ago and have to say it is the most fun board I have ever owned! Cheers prjwebb, gnubee and chris for your sizing advice at the time of purchase... 6'1 was spot on for my size and ability. Still undecided as to my next purchase, but I'm thinking a 6'2 Hellfire would be the perfect companion for when the waves are cranking!
Just wondering about the best way of stripping old wax off as its coming into winter and I need to switch to cool water wax. For my older PU boards I've always just stripped back with a wax comb, then used a small amount of kerosene on a rag to give a final clean- never had any problems doing this but wondering about whether it is safe with a RF Firewire? Any recommendations?