picking a rocker - particularly for hotwired EPS

Ok so I have 3 boards kicking around my head. I plan on all of them being EPS sandwich boards. The question is how do you guys come up with your target rocker curve?

board 1: 7’0"x22" big guy short board thruster

board 2: 9’6" performance longboard

board 3: 10’ nose rider

So my first thought is take the rocker dimensions out of the clark catolog for the blank I think I would order for each if I was using a clark blank.

thinking of the following blanks:

7’0"R for the shortboard

9’8"S for the performance longboard

10’1"Y (backwards) for the noserider

Do these seem like good choices?

Is there a better way of selecting rocker curver for eps hotwire or glueup?

thanks

Hey 4est…the 7’0R is an excellent choice…have used it many times. I now only build with homecut EPS…in fact I just made another rocker template tonight similar to an 6’4R…very tricky making smooth temps by hand. The R blanks have excellent natural rockers but I tend to pull the end of the entry back to about 10 inches behind center…the std Rs are about 4-6 in back which would suit a more neutral stance…I tend to surf more off the back with not too wide a stance. Good luck!

thanks for the feed back on the 7’0R.

Anybody else have thoughts on picking rockers?

Thinking of pulling rocker info from the following blanks out of the clark catalog:

7’0"R for the shortboard

9’8"S for the performance longboard

10’1"Y (backwards) for the noserider

Do these seem like good choices?

Is there a better/another way you eps builders use to decide on a rocker?

thanks