During the last couple of months, I tried the PNator with different setups and I love the versatility of the board using different fins! I used a quad setup for steep waves up to 6ft (although in this occasion I went back to the car to grab the Hellrazor instead!) and I didn't quite like the S4A (too big, too drivey) but the Rastas are much better in those small (up to 4ft), beach breaks, steep/barrelling/closing-out waves where you want a good hold on the take off, a good speed to stay on the green face as long as possible and still being able to finish it off with a quick snap or cut-back.
On small, gentle/mellow waves with a good open face, I used the Machados but the F4 are a must! Loosy and fast as you wish, you can go up and down the waves, snaps everywhere, they're so much fun!
I will try soon a quad setup with the fronts F4 with the trailers from the Rastas. It should be a good mix!
27yo l 78kg l 6'0
5'8 RF Potatonator - since June 2012 l Futures 'Rasta Quad' & 'F4'
5'8 RF Spitfire - since May 2011 l Futures 'F4'
6'3 FST Hellrazor - since June 2012 l Futures 'Rob Machado'
good stuff David J. yeah that's the way. experimentation. I actually really like the WCTs in my Potatonator as well!
6'0 - 175lbs - 29yrs - SoCal -
503 TG Baked Potato - 506 RF Potatonator - 506 WRF Vanguard - 510 FST Unibrow - 600 FST Michel Bourez - 600 FST Alternator - 602 FST Alternator Round - 603 FST Artillery
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