Escaping the madness


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11 years 11 months ago #1969 by graemef
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Doh, there goes the neighbourhood, which pikey parked that godawful yellow van in the lane..

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11 years 11 months ago #1970 by Nico
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Is this the place to come for an argument?

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11 years 11 months ago #1971 by Erik the Viking
No..oh maybe..go on then

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11 years 11 months ago #1972 by postie
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Hi chaps/chap'es's, i still canot access the boards foum.
It says it will send me an email with new password but it never arrives.Point out the error of their ways on my behalf guys.
Any way,hope your all well and making the most of this foul weather,realy hoping to get some use out of your old 115 isonic (phil104} as its only had 3 outings so far.
Made the journey to Rutland yesterday,it was quite horrid.
8.6 x15 and 144 isonic was perfect around 40% of the time,then it tried to kill me with huge gusts then nothing at all.
Energy sapping conditions,with loads of bad language on my part.
Lots of pain again today.

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11 years 11 months ago #1973 by phill104
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I have put in a post to Adrian so let's see if they can help from that.

How do you find the 8.6 x15? I have a 9m one which I really enjoy. Might add a 7.6 to it this year when my 7.8 lightning bites the dust.

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11 years 11 months ago #1974 by postie
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Cheers Phil.
Re the 8.6 x15, i love it and the 7.8 x15 too.They seem to cover a very good range of wind speeds {up to a point} but water starts can be hard work in the larger sizes with the huge luff .
The new ones may have smaller tighter luffs so may not be as bad.

I have a 6.4 as well which goes nicely with your old isonic,but mainly its the 8.6 or 7.8 on the isonic 144 for me which makes for really easy sailing.

3 sessions this year with no other training at 49 years young aint too clever though.

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