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Auteur:  ThierryP [ 22 Juil 2021, 18:13 ]
Sujet du message:  Re: Carbon Art Custom 2021/22

Ce n'était pas qu'une question de sensations. Et pour ce qui est du cap, là il n'y a pas d'erreur possible, surtout avec 4 cm d'aileron en moins avec l'iSonic 76 par rapport à la C.A., et deux flotteurs de largeurs quasiment identiques au maître-bau.

Auteur:  Davide [ 26 Juil 2021, 17:24 ]
Sujet du message:  Re: Carbon Art Custom 2021/22

ThierryP a écrit:
Pour Vincent: elle est donc plus ou moins de la même année que mon iSonic 76, qui elle aussi navigue encore, et procure de bien meilleures sensations.
Je vais donc suivre tes conseils; j'ai un Goldwing 34 dans mon quiver ici, je vais me faire prêter de nouveau le flotteur par mon pote, je l'équiperai du GW 34, et on verra bien ce que la bête a dans le ventre. Comme elle est très saine, facile et confortable, je n'ai aucune crainte de la pousser dans ses derniers retranchements.
A suivre...


If you keep it it is indeed common for a windsurf to last 10-15 years, especially in the hands of a lightweight sailing in flattish spots. At 70Kg still own my CA 52 2009, my CA 58 was sold still in working conditions (minus the dent it came with and the leaking gortex valve that had to be taken out), while a same vintage CA 60 developed soft spots at the rear straps in a year at the hands of a 90 Kg sailor sailing at Crissy Field in SF. I still have an Isonic 111 from 2008, working fine, and retired this year for a Futura 71, and an Exocet Warp 62 2008 (soon to be retired by an AV Modena 62). The Exocet 62 is the board that I found so much better sailing than the CA 58 of the same year, not to mention the Patrik 100 I had in 2016-2018.

Fins. On the CA the Goldwings worked ok. A big step up, still from tectonics, is a Phoenix. I used a 33 on the 58, and a 31 on the 52. They helped with the inferior performance of the boards in chop, but could not really completely fix a flowed design. Sting II 34 in my hands is very good upwind, more prone to spin out (the phoenix seemingly does not), but is not has forgiving as a Phoenix down wind, and made the CA 58 an out of control bronco.

Auteur:  Vincent [ 26 Juil 2021, 17:33 ]
Sujet du message:  Re: Carbon Art Custom 2021/22

Davide a écrit:
Sting II 34 in my hands is very good upwind, more prone to spin out (the phoenix simply does not), but is not has forgiving as a Phoenix down wind, and made the CA 58 an out of control bronco.


:lol: As good as usual ! :lol:

I would love to check how you did set up you equipment

Auteur:  Davide [ 26 Juil 2021, 17:44 ]
Sujet du message:  Re: Carbon Art Custom 2021/22

Vincent a écrit:
Davide a écrit:
Sting II 34 in my hands is very good upwind, more prone to spin out (the phoenix simply does not), but is not has forgiving as a Phoenix down wind, and made the CA 58 an out of control bronco.


:lol: As good as usual ! :lol:

I would love to check how you did set up you equipment

Oh my, it is like being back in middle school with you ...

Auteur:  Vincent [ 26 Juil 2021, 17:53 ]
Sujet du message:  Re: Carbon Art Custom 2021/22

Davide a écrit:
Vincent a écrit:
Davide a écrit:
Sting II 34 in my hands is very good upwind, more prone to spin out (the phoenix simply does not), but is not has forgiving as a Phoenix down wind, and made the CA 58 an out of control bronco.


:lol: As good as usual ! :lol:

I would love to check how you did set up you equipment

Oh my, it is like being back in middle school with you ...


Oh yes ! Thanks to you !

I my biased opinion, the Sting II was the best fin by far for the 58, from 6.0 up to 7.0. The 32 was excellent on the 55. The 34 was also excellent on the 55 with 6.7 (gaastra vapor). I used to ride with at very high speed with huge control. The Phoenix was a bit oo slipery in gusty wind, with less power to go trough lulls or upwind in my opinion.

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