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  1. #81
    Quote Originally Posted by DawnPatrolSUP View Post
    Just got the call, mine will be ready for pickup in 2-3 days
    Did you pick it up yet? Lets get a report!

  2. #82
    Can somebody compare these to a cannibal surfboard. Tell the overall differences and similarities. I'm not enjoying my cannibal to much but maybe these are better? Anything helps

    Thanks for the help

  3. #83
    Go with Mike Daniel from Coil. He did a board that I owned quite a few years back and it was amazing. Awesome shaper. Plus support your East Coast shapers. I bought an NSP 8'6" at a end of the year clearance in Sept. '12 and had I realized it was made in Thailand or somewhere, I would have looked elsewhere. The East Coast shapers will build a better board to suit the waves you ride.

  4. #84
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    Quote Originally Posted by marsh64 View Post
    Go with Mike Daniel from Coil. He did a board that I owned quite a few years back and it was amazing. Awesome shaper. Plus support your East Coast shapers. I bought an NSP 8'6" at a end of the year clearance in Sept. '12 and had I realized it was made in Thailand or somewhere, I would have looked elsewhere. The East Coast shapers will build a better board to suit the waves you ride.
    I was dropping into some mackin waves at Seau's an hour ago on a 6' FBF that was signed by Mike D! Did the job just fine. I think it's not so much with where it was shaped, as by whom. Alien technology spans the globe. I ain't never heard of Cannibal surf co; but out here, I done heard of Coil.

    No comparison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dawnpatrol1187 View Post
    Did you pick it up yet? Lets get a report!
    Just picked it up this morning, beautiful board, now just waiting for conditions to improve so I can take it for a spin, maybe 1st thing in the morning

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    A few pics, ride report soon to follow...FBF1.jpgFBF2.jpgFBFkick.jpgFBFfinbox.jpgDSC00999.jpg

  7. #87
    looks pretty cool, you're going to have some good times on that bad boy. Is that carbon fiber on the tail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kahuna Kai View Post
    looks pretty cool, you're going to have some good times on that bad boy. Is that carbon fiber on the tail?
    Thanks bro, I sure am, can't wait! Fiber yes, but cannot confirm nor deny what type. All I know is it's Alient Technology at it's finest, so f'ing light it's ridiculous.

  9. #89
    You thought an NSP on clearance was hand shaped locally?

    Quote Originally Posted by marsh64 View Post
    Go with Mike Daniel from Coil. He did a board that I owned quite a few years back and it was amazing. Awesome shaper. Plus support your East Coast shapers. I bought an NSP 8'6" at a end of the year clearance in Sept. '12 and had I realized it was made in Thailand or somewhere, I would have looked elsewhere. The East Coast shapers will build a better board to suit the waves you ride.

  10. #90
    Looks nice, real nice. The Honeycombs on the deck look different then some of the "kick" boards I have been seeing on Swaylocks. I wonder what the difference is? They looked like the had the same grid material under the "kick." Yours is the first I have seen that has the Honeycomb looking fiber. Did you order it that way? Hope you enjoy it, looking forward to reading your review.