Saturday, January 28, 2012

4th times a charm

4th time around for the Fat Bastard for just a few dents and scrapes.



Had a old Greenough logo floating around and just got carried away, it seemed to just fit this board , after all it is Velo template pushed out to 6ft.




Pure Fun , P- 51.



11 comments:

  1. very bitchen drawing.

    The mosaic continues.

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  2. Anonymous1/29/2012

    How do they go with the sidebites that far back behind the fin?

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  3. Anonymous1/29/2012

    Very COol

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  4. Initially, those were not side bites but a twin keel set up experiment. Ian Zamora put them in for us with Simmons/ Liddle/ Greenough mash up in mind.

    As "side bites" it has not been tried yet.
    soooooooon!

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  5. Anonymous1/29/2012

    hey kp, i spotted that thruster under your racks... mwahahahahaha

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  6. Tryin to sell that CI K board for a buddy. I am going to order some Loc Box bonzer side fins and see how it go's.

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  7. with or without the center fin? that would be quite an experiment

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  8. We never gave the twin keels a good workout but from some video it looks like Greenough was right, the board just was not as neutral and it appeared to sit lower in the water and the rail engagement was in a different part of the board, futher back. Also seemed to be stuck in 3rd gear.

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  9. 4th gear spaceship earth1/31/2012

    yo

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  10. Anonymous2/04/2012

    Bueno artwork, KP.
    Let me know when you have a weekend day open so that Saf and i can bring over the Cimino box-o-fins to let you gaze upon.
    I heard that the next Sacred Craft will be held at the Ventura Fairgrounds again. Could you provide me with those dates.
    Gracias en todos
    Pablo Diamante
    Paul Diamond

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