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  1. #61
    Off topic but here's 'Seeka's' ride report on a ten footer he built using our 'Makaha' plans, we also supplied the wood. I don't need to invent fake ride reports.

    http://www.roystuart.biz/2011/02/see...0-pintail.html

    http://www.roystuart.biz/2011/10/see...continued.html

  2. #62
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    Very cool.

  3. #63
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    Just ride it already so that I can quit checking this thread looking for your report. It is big enough that it should catch any ripple that comes through. If you wait for perfection you will wait awhile.

  4. #64
    She should be pretty versatile and will do well in small slop as well as good waves.

  5. #65
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    Steve,

    If you don't ride the board before, I think this is the time to do it. Right in front of Cory Lopez himself! I'd love to see you snake a wave from Cory on his wavejet on the Roy Stuart powered torsion box.

    We can set this up. I'm imagining prepositioning yourself out there along the horizon just waiting for the demo to start. As soon as it does, begin your long dramatic paddle in and catch one from waaaaaaay outside. Snake Cory, ride the board to the beach, I'll be waiting with a towel for you and act as your board caddy, plant a kiss on the hottest babe on the beach NJ style then walk off to the car and drive off all mysteriously.

    Watcha think?


    More demos on the way from Ocean Surf Shop! Get excited! We are hosting a Wavejet Demo on Friday May 17, 2013 from 1PM - 6PM! Surfing legend CORY LOPEZ will be here as well! Join us afterwards to meet and greet with Cory Lopez and grab some cocktails at Rita's on Folly at 7:30 PM!

    http://www.oceansurfshop.com/wavejet-demo/

  6. #66
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    I think your on to something! I was eyeballing the forcast for this weekend as well. I'm hoping the wind droppes off a bit.

  7. #67
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve83 View Post
    I think your on to something! I was eyeballing the forcast for this weekend as well. I'm hoping the wind droppes off a bit.
    We all are. If the wind slows, you will have some nice clean chest high sets to work with. Doesn't get much better for non-hurricane swell. However, I am not holding my breath. The forecast isn't in our favor.

  8. #68
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    I've got my fingers crosses. My car set up for transporting the board isn't great though. I have a small vehicle and surfboard straps. I think I'll be ok with S C state law for overhang. I'm a little worried about going down the highway 60 mph and 20 mph gusts.

  9. #69
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    Your ride report will consist of leaving your house and your board falling off the car and splattering on the highway. But hey, that'll be more than you got so far..

  10. #70
    If in doubt fin first with a line from the tail to the front bumper prevents oscillation.

    Dudicles: 0/10 for your comment.