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  1. As I mentioned in another thread, I have a heap of material left over from building 1830 F-arc's. The f-arcs are made from good quality chikara ripstop and it is too good to just throw out, so I decided I needed to put it to good use. I have been playing with Surf Plan for a while now and although I can get a design that looks good, I have no idea if the design will fly or not. Then one day looking threw some old archived websites, I found a link to the surf plan design specs for a 6m p-arc. P-arc (P=parallel) was the original name of the F-arc, but was changed before release because Parc
  2. When I first started kite buggying, back in 1994, my buggy was a home-made affair - knocked together from scrap mild steel lying around the sculpture studio, with a plastic school chair perched on top serving duty as the seat! Power came from a stack of 6' Flexi stackers: they generated plenty of it, but with no lateral support I was constantly skiding off the seat and crashing the kites. I'd have to start all over again (this was in the days before traction kiting was banned at Epsom racecourse). It was hopeless. I almost gave up. Then, my friend Adam made me a much more pr
  3. Introduction There are so many different mountain boards currently available that it makes it hard, if not almost impossible to decide what to go for. Making things even more confusing are the different combinations of decks, trucks, wheels and foot straps which are offered by various manufacturers on their various boards. After looking at all the different packages available there just didn't seem to be one which did what I was looking for. Wouldn't it be great of you could choose exactly what you wanted. Trucks from one manufacturer, wheels from another, foot straps f
  4. Having owned and tweaked a Scrub Silver Reef (see previous review ) I still wasn't getting what I wanted from the board . Although rock solid stable the deck just felt dead and lifeless the pop it once had was now all but gone , it just didn't seem to pop back up after a landing . That and the fact the deck was a good 6.5 to 7 kilos with bent trucks and rusty hardware pushed my decision to build up a custom deck of my own . Building a custom deck is always something I had wanted to do since trying out different kit , there just wasn't one package out there that seemed to do what I was loo
  5. I personally have been downhilling on mountain boads for a year or so now and i have been through 2 boards already and am on my third. I started off on a 50 pound Kheo Bazik in 2004 and in summer 2005 i advanced onto a Sol 16 with NoSno soft bindings. I liked the pop of the boad and i improved much quicker. But after Christmas 2006 i decided to take the plunge and buy a Comp 16 Pro. 150 squids later i was the pround owner of a second hand 2004 comp 16 with a few of the finer trimming missing but the main parts still there. Now came the metamorphosis this review is all about. I chose to combi
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