Thanks. And also, are twinzers standard or thruster set-ups? What are the performance differences?
Thanks. And also, are twinzers standard or thruster set-ups? What are the > performance differences? Is a fish considered a hybrid? From reading the posts on this board a “real fish” is something that was made by Steve Lis a while ago. If that is so then my board is not a real fish. Maybe that’s why I posted it in the hybrid section. Or maybe there just wasn’t a “Fish” section. One thing for sure…it ISN’T a longboard! SUR4ever!
SUR4ever!..Sorry Gary, I forgot to mail you out your GEN.1 "shark teeth"Superchargers the two by twos, will do that tommorrow,also a set to Mike @ swaylocks,sorry guys!Herb…p.s. just wondering …Ramon did you recieve yours in the mail yet?
and the diagrams too. i’ve got something on the drawing board to use them on, and i may have a question or 2 later on. thanks again and regards!
SUR4ever! I too love this type of ‘Hybid Swallowtail’ and it’s inherent wave catching and pumping attributes, except mines 6’11". Also love the 7’11R blank never had a lemon from one of these blanks. But can I suggest the 7’4R it’s also a gem. No need to cut ever cut off more than 4" of foam or your really getting into soft foam. I don’t like the 7’0R though, it lost that fishy/planing feeling I got from the larger 'R’s for this type of Hybrid. One little secret from a rabid pumping speed seeker,…bottom concaves…that’s the ticket on a thicker, wider hybrid swallowtail, and don’t toe-in the fins much more than 1/8" after you get over the 6’10" length.