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  1. #91
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
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    York Maine
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    Ditching the shop right now to go surf. And check this out ... Has anyone tried this ? Yeah ok goin to put it on my car now.

  2. #92
    Here's a Nubster/Trailer for Futures box


  3. #93
    From shaper Paul Cannon of Napier NZ posted on FB:

    "so mylo my mate i posted those photos of recently.. finally stuck the warp drive fin on his board in the last two day . surfing the rivermouth.. like i really tried hard to get him to try it. but hes a skeptic so it sat in a draw for 3 months. anyway i was hassling and he finally chucked it on . i saw him to day and he was RAVING about it. this is a surfer of 40 years and tried a lot of stuff. Roy told me that the fin he made for me was a bit too small for a mal . but we did it anyway ..so he was tripping on it basically. saying the differences and improvement wasnt subtle. it was obvious . he as asked me to get him a longer version and i am gunna set one of my boards up . comments like having a "turbo". like driving on dirt and then changing to new ashpalt. and it " blew me away ".. So Thanks ROy cant wait to try some other **** from you brother.."

  4. #94
    Ride report from John in Australia:

    "Dear Roy,

    It is with joy and gratitude that I write to tell you about how well the Warp Drive quad fin setup performed yesterday afternoon, riding 4-6 foot reef break walls.

    The board really flew; there was a complete absence of turbulence sensed beneath my feet; and yet the hold was perfect. Turning also occurred on a shorter radius.

    What remarkable fins!"

  5. #95
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
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    uh....yeah.....ok....sure thing, gnome




    RANDY RARICK

  6. #96
    Ride report from John in Australia:

    "Dear Roy,

    It is with joy and gratitude that I write to tell you about how well the Warp Drive quad fin setup performed yesterday afternoon, riding 4-6 foot reef break walls.

    The board really flew; there was a complete absence of turbulence sensed beneath my feet; and yet the hold was perfect. Turning also occurred on a shorter radius.

    What remarkable fins!"


  7. #97
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
    Location
    MD - VA
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    How much do you pay yourself to write your own reviews, gnome?

  8. #98
    When I bust out my paipo occasionally, my nards work perfectly as a rudder.

    "What remarkable fins!"

    Seriously, I don't know which side of that fin is the leading edge?

  9. #99
    BLEF = Bangs Little Ewes Friday or Butt Licking Egotistical Freak

  10. #100
    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Stuart View Post
    Here's a Nubster/Trailer for Futures box

    the serrated part face forward. I want 2! Let some schmoo sit in front of me when and if a swell ever comes. They'll really be my CHUM! get it?


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