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  1. G30ff0

    89er

    Thanks for all this Steve, this is the Dagger board profile I actually use (out of the mould’s from Scotts Machete). I was guessing at boats you guys had around at the time!
  2. G30ff0

    89er

    Awesome, what I meant to convey is that Wonk was probably still with Steve/Dave after the 2008 worlds!
  3. G30ff0

    89er

    Thanks, no rush, any suggestions/tips are most appreciated 
  4. G30ff0

    89er

    From memory Josie stayed in Aus post the dec 2008 worlds, though she was one of 3 ‘josie hulls’ from the same mould with one of the hulls being modified at some point. Possibly it could have been Wonk, Steve’s trial boat to the proposed rules was around still then, I am not sure what other boats...
  5. G30ff0

    89er

    The one in the photo is josie (Steve Clark) circa 2008 design.  I have built a new IC, a Maas 5, designed by Chris Maas which is what the foils i am building are for.
  6. G30ff0

    89er

    The only reason I was looking at a stiffer board was over the years I had read/heard that stiffer was better for bigger sailors (I cant remember where I got it from) so more then happy to hear there is bigger fish to fry/I am over thinking it. Appreciate your help & advice & I will lay...
  7. G30ff0

    89er

    Thanks Julian, Yes that is exactly how I made the foils, with the Uni centred on max beam with stacks running down to the tip using M80 corecell. My set from the photo’s had the failure you mention in the quote above. I assumed it was 105kg’s of gorilla jumping on it.Though it may have also...
  8. G30ff0

    89er

    Awesome thread/build blog, just stumbled onto it today, appreciate the time & effort you put into explaining everything. I have learnt a lot & binged the whole thread this arvo Would you be prepared to share some of the art/science on the uni/fibre angles & placement so that the...
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