Are you saying to drop these new boxes into this board?Route some fcs boxes @7 inches from tail. Set them roughly 1’3/8 from rail. You won’t be disappointed. I’m a future fin guy but fcs allows you to make your own fins out of g10. You can also adjust tabs to move fins fore and aft.
Hey all -
Have a 7'6" egg. It's my winter board - its a thruster and really egg-cels in shoulder+ stuff, but doesn't generate much of it's own speed at all in smaller conditions. Wanted to experiment with some keel fins - run it as a twin - maybe this will help with speed?
Anyone on here tried something similar?
Basing my logic off my actual 7'1" twin - it's 11in from the back of the boxes to the tail. Whereas on the 7'6" egg, it's 13in. However with the keel fins being so wide in the base, it's 11in from the back of the fins to the pin of the board's tail (same as my twin).
I have this little trailer fin... but doesn't this defeat the purpose if the goal is speed?
Obviously, I'l have to try it out and see for myself - but thought I'd ask ya'll.
Will losing the middle-fin make that big of a difference with holding speed off the bottom? Or is the speed issue really a shape issue?ie... eggs like this need more wave to really work?
First time out went with the Neal Purchase Junior set from Captain Fin - fairly upright as Twins go but had the trailer fin. No slipping out - but man was it fast. Wrote it up a bit below.They were Future's T1's, upright and not keels so maybe not a great comparison to the experiment you're running. You probably have a much greater chance of success haha