Twinzer Design/Experiment.

jonbiz

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There’s a few guys on the surfer forum that really know the Twinzer design. We actually chat a fair amount about them. Pros and cons.
For bottom very shallow concave and vee out the tail is the most common. The Jobson I just got is concave with a little double between fins exits with vee. Haven’t had a chance to really study it.
 

kpd73

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Nice thread here. Good, fresh air.

I love my Austin mini simms as a twinzer.
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John

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Thank you for posting all of this info. Its really helpful but also a little beyond my understanding when talking about fin placement and cant. For a newbie, is there an "ideal" shape for the twinzer? SK posted a 6'6 or 6'8 mini log with a twinzer a few months ago that seemed interesting but most seem to on a fish or egg shape.
 

jonbiz

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Thank you for posting all of this info. Its really helpful but also a little beyond my understanding when talking about fin placement and cant. For a newbie, is there an "ideal" shape for the twinzer? SK posted a 6'6 or 6'8 mini log with a twinzer a few months ago that seemed interesting but most seem to on a fish or egg shape.
When fins placement is correct they will work on any board. Lots of Santa Cruz guys have them on their gunz. Even out at Mavericks.
 

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