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Old 9th January 2007, 10:59 AM   #1
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Default Formula 155 en slalom petit temps

Bonjour, que penser de l'utilisation d'une formula 155 (85 cm de large) en slalom petit temps avec une voile de type RSS 9.2? Pour une utilisation hors competition. Est-ce que c'est valable ou est-ce que la planche est hors du coup au niveau perf (par rapport a une isonic, j'imagine bien, mais par rapport a des flotteurs types Ftype, Stype 137 ou grosse carve moderne?)
Quel aileron mettre?
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Old 9th January 2007, 04:33 PM   #2
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Bonjour Viking,

En usge hors competition Slalom 42, tu peut effectivement utiliser cette planche, mais tu peut par contre l'utiliser dans les longues distance, le materiel n'est pas limite.

Cette planche etait livre avec un 58cm a l'epoque. Tu as le modele 2000 ou 2001. Celle de 2001 est quand meme bien plus facile pour un usage slalom. J'utilisait le 56 du meme shape pour le slalom petit temps. Depuis cette aileron a disparu, donc tu pourrait opte pour probablement un 52 type SL2, ou type R13 de la meme taille.

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Old 9th January 2007, 04:51 PM   #3
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Merci, et au niveau perf, ca va donner quoi?
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Old 10th January 2007, 12:21 AM   #4
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Bonjour viking,

Les performances seront bonnes, mais difficile de dire comparativement avec les F-Type, mais pour sure plus performant que les carves dans le light wind.

Il y a de forte chance qu'elle soit plus performante que les F-Type dans le leger, mais que celle-ci reprenne vite le dessus grace leur excellent controle quand le vent monte.

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