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  1. #401
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
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    Capo Beach
    Posts
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    Please stop this...it's like a car accident that I can't look away from, but it never ends.

  2. #402
    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Stuart View Post
    Clearly wave lift has occurred with every wave ever ridden, that is where the majority of the energy which moves them comes from.. I've already said that several times.

    You were talking about the wave pushing the board and rider, which is usually taken to mean in a horizontal fashion.
    You have ZERO idea what I was thinking. I know your elongated tail is designed to take advantage of that. But do you know that? When that happens a board has 2 forces working on it...
    1. it is being pushed (tail being pushed upwards)
    2. it is falling down, similar to how a car rolls down a hill.

    But thats it for your board. Your board does not generate lift. I can not with one fin. Nor can you maximize leverage with your design. You are now trapped onto one spot on your board. it is clearly evident in your videos. This why your board losses so much speed when you make it to the shoulder or open face.

    I really dont think you understand exactly what your board is doing. I think you understand how to make them, they look like they are put together great. But as for the why your board surfs the way it does.... I think you're in the dark.

  3. #403
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    Location
    Central FL
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    11,227
    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Stuart View Post
    Wrong again. I'm counting, that's who's counting.



    That wasn't me dropping in, obviously. He attempted to snake and then dropped in and fell off.

    Weaving through the crowd while standing on a surfboard, so reckless I'm sure...
    Of course you're counting! Why wouldn't you? If I was building the heaviest board ever made, i'd want to know exactly how much it weighed too. And that WAS you dropping in on someone, video evidence doesn't lie. You should stay away from the water, you're a hazard. You can barely stand without falling all over yourself, you might want to change the orange jump suit and white crash helmet so that you don't stand out as much, that way you can deny any and all video evidence that supports your total lack of skill.

  4. #404
    Quote Originally Posted by zaGaffer View Post
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    F(itz)or the Win!
    how'd you get that picture of me???

  5. #405
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    Roy your board is not capable of being surfed on this wave. You know it and I know it and everyone here knows it.
    BUT modern surfboards are able to maximize speed and direction. how is that possible... and your board can't surf a wave like this???

  6. #406
    Of course it can, even SUPs can do it FFS.

    By the way it is retarded to talk about 'my board' when I have dozens of different designs.

  7. #407
    Quote Originally Posted by DawnPatrolSUP View Post
    Of course you're counting! Why wouldn't you? If I was building the heaviest board ever made, i'd want to know exactly how much it weighed too. And that WAS you dropping in on someone, video evidence doesn't lie. You should stay away from the water, you're a hazard. You can barely stand without falling all over yourself, you might want to change the orange jump suit and white crash helmet so that you don't stand out as much, that way you can deny any and all video evidence that supports your total lack of skill.

    Sorry but I have an excellent safety record, almost never come off my board, have good skills, and didn't drop in. I caught the wave first AND had the inside position at the time.

    You are clutching at straws trying to talk it down, it won't work.

    The board in the video which you are commenting on weighs 24 pounds which is light for a board nearly 13 feet long.

  8. #408
    Quote Originally Posted by MFitz73 View Post

    You have ZERO idea what I was thinking.
    Incorrect, since I was quoting what you wrote here, not what you were thinking... although it can presumably be deduced that some limited thought processes were responsible for what you wrote, mistaken though it is.



    Your board does not generate lift. I can not with one fin.
    That is absolutely incorrect, all fins create lift whenever they are operating at an angle of attack, including singlefins, and the board you have been looking at has more than one fin anyway....


    Nor can you maximize leverage with your design. You are now trapped onto one spot on your board. it is clearly evident in your videos.
    That's so nonsensical that it isn't worthy of a reply.


    This why your board losses so much speed when you make it to the shoulder or open face.
    More nonsense... I could keep charging off down the line leaving the curl behind but choose to cut back and/or stall in order to get back closer to the curl.



    I really dont think you understand exactly what your board is doing. I think you understand how to make them, they look like they are put together great. But as for the why your board surfs the way it does.... I think you're in the dark.
    You couldn't be more wrong, I know exactly how they work and have written hundreds of thousands of clearly put together words on the subject.

    http://www.roystuart.biz

    There's a reason why they look so different and it certainly isn't uninformed or random design, it's the result of many decades of experience plus deep thought and insight.

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    Last edited by Roy Stuart; Feb 14, 2013 at 03:07 AM.

  9. #409
    Roy your boards generate zero lift.
    Roy your boards are not the best board for steep fast hollow waves
    Roy your boards look ok for slow open faces
    Roy your lost in your surfboard design.
    The biggest mistakes are made by those convinced of their own supreme ability.
    One day you will come to realize you could have continued learning and maybe making a better board.

  10. #410
    Quote Originally Posted by MFitz73 View Post

    Roy your boards generate zero lift.
    That's a ludicrously incorrect statement, do you not understand that both the hull and the fins create lift?

    This is true of all surfboards.


    Roy your boards are not the best board for steep fast hollow waves
    They ride hollow waves very well indeed.



    Roy your boards look ok for slow open faces
    They are excellent in all kinds of wave shapes and sizes, including the above.


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