I agree with you guys...I have both spit 5'10 and a SP 5'6 and I know what you mean about the paddling.All I care is what happens once you catch tha wave...From what prjwebb and chris said I will go for the 5'3 baked...I just hope that it's not undervolume for one to two foot mush!!
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One more question.Are the 32'5 litres of the baked potato going to grovel better than the 33'5 litres of spitfire because of the shape,width etc?
Thanks chris....I will go with the 5'3 and let's hope I will not be undervolume this time...I m saying this because my spitfire is 33,5 litres and the 5'3 is 32,5.I will use the board in one to two foot mush.I consider my self as an indermediate.
Hi all.I'm 1.80 tall and 82 kilos.I have a 5'6 SP which I think is a little bit over volume.I want to sell it and buy BP.I'm not sure about the size.I'm thinking 5'3 or 5'5 or a Sp 5'4.I also have a 5'10 spitfire and a 6'2 alt which I think I will trade it because I surfed a MB 6'0 thick and I loved it.
Iggy I know I could ride the 5'2 sp but in better waves!In this waves I surf my 5'10 sf.I agree with Chris,I think I will get a 5'5 bp.It's always good to try new shapes.I have a sp and I want to try the bp too!!!!
So 5'5 bp it is.
ps.What fcs fins you think that will work best with my 6'2 alt.I'm getting my hands on it next week and I'm not sure what fins I should buy!!!
Hi,I'm thinking to trade my 5'6 sp,I find it a little bit too big for me.My mind is tripping between a 5'4 sp and a 5'5 bp.My other boards are a 5'10 sf and a 6'2 alt.I'm 5'11 and 81 kg.Any advice???Last edited by search; 11-24-2012, 01:36 AM.
I'm based in Greece..The waves some times does get big but not so powerfull as In your place I think.Are the Soar DL Powerfins much different from the pc5?
alternator 6'2 what fcs finsHi there,
I just bought an alternator 6'2 to compliment my 5'10 spitfire.Does anyone know what fcs fins work better with the alternator.I'm 5'10 tall and 177 lbs.
It crossed my mind too...
I'm between alternator 6'2 and the michel bourez 6'2 the thinner(your are right about that prjwebb)...
I just have to figure out the differences of those too boards!
To be honest I think both of them are going to be amazing boards.
But searching their specs,talking with you guys, and general the whole process untill buying a new board it keeps me motivated!!!
thanks for the imput prjwebb.
I was thinking a lot of the MB 6'0 also!!!Last edited by search; 01-30-2012, 12:36 PM.
Does anyone have another opinion about the above discussion?
I agree with you the alternator is a great choise,but I'm considering the 6'2 squash tail.The 6'4 I think is too long for my height and it has a lot of volume.
three board quiver???
I want to build a three board quiver!
I currently have a SF 5'10 and a SP 5'6 (might change it for a 5"4).
I want a third board for bigger more powerfull waves the ones that my SF can not handle!!!
Until know it was only a choise between alternator or hellfire!!
But know it's more complicated with MB and hellrazor.
I'm a low intermediate surfer,I can catch waves and maybe do some bottom turns and some weak cutbacks...I'm 5'9 and 177lbs.
The waves I want to use the board are shoulder to well overhead but usually not barreling.
I want my third board to keep it and not sell it after a year.By this I mean I want the board to keep it like my normal shortboard and
not have to change it because I will be a better surfer(hope so)!
I would really appreciate your opinion!