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Badger

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Re: My 1st vids on the 8'10 Sunova Flow
« Reply #15 on: September 05, 2017, 12:16:43 PM »
IMO, the stock Sunova fins are too big for riders under 200 pounds.

I'm running Kinetik Racing JP Q4 quads on the 8'10,

http://www.kinetikracingco.com/fin/jp-quads

and X4 quads on the 8'4.

http://www.kinetikracingco.com/fin/x4-quad

The rears on both sets are 50/50 so I can run them as Quad or Thruster.

I found both sets for half price on Amazon.   :)

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Jimmy Lewis Super Frank 7'6 x 31" 115L
Sunova Flow 8'10 X 31" 119L (Low volume version)
Jimmy Lewis M-12'6" X 28" 237L
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Re: My 1st vids on the 8'10 Sunova Flow
« Reply #16 on: September 05, 2017, 04:44:57 PM »
I always trade out the supplied 105 fins for smaller.

Most time smaller Sunova fins like the 94's or what ever FCS I have similar to M5's

Acid, Creek, Flow or Speeed.... the smaller fins work better and I have never had any issues with slipping.

I have way too many boards to spend a ton of money on fins... and I dislike changing them.
I feel that you shorten the life of the screw setup if you keep removing and tightening
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