not really at the moment sorry
im only doing a couple per month at the moment for mates
there are a few guys over in the states that would do one for you
there are draw backs to a 4 pound board though.
but they are far more durable then a poly board
but dings must be fixed straight away or the balsa looses its pop and slowly draws water,and they need to be vented
so they are not for everyone!
however if you do take care of them they should last for years,without pressure dents,and almost impossible to snap
a 5 pound version would be pretty dam tough though
at the moment im making a hybrid with pvc bottom and balsa deck
6 oz all over
im expectin to get about 5.5 pounds
ive kinda given up on the superlights lately
im finding 4.8 to 5.5 a nice weight range to work to as you have the added benefit of the extra impact strength
lately the last two boards i built seemed heavy to me personaly
but both my clients said they were really light
i guess im just getting used to boards around 5 pounds
my mate owns the 4 pound board and he reckons in goes insane in smaller waves (headhigh)
i work to aku shaper templates so if you are interested in a board send me a brd.file
they start at 800$nz and go up from there depending on fins,finish,exotic woods etc etc.
i think shiping could be prohibitive though.
it may not be worth it
not to mention that the board may not meet your expectations wrt finish
maybe you should talk to the boys at Sunova
if i started to get more orders i would think about sending a few other seas and gettting a better workshop
heres a pic of the 4 pounder before it got glassed