The basic dimentions are on the board page,Scott W. built one for himself with guidance from me.You can archive that info. under his name and/or my name. Whatever this doesn't answer comeback here and fire away.Herb
>>> The basic dimentions are on the board page,Scott W. built one for himself > with guidance from me.You can archive that info. under his name and/or my > name. Whatever this doesn't answer comeback here and fire away.Herb Thanks, I guess you are the shaper I heard about. The rocker and fin placements wasn't covered in the forum. The nose looked alot like a kneeboard.
Bones, The nose and general outline is derived from an old 1973 Lis kneeboard template. The fins are custom recycled fins.The main twins are 5" base by 4-1/2" tall,the trailing edge is 1-1/2" off the rail,and 7-1/2" up from the tips.The toein is to the tip of the nose.The cant is 4 degrees. The Superchargers are 3-3/8" tall,and 3" base with a tipped forward template(you take a normal thruster side fin and Tip it forward about 5-10 degrees,and cut or grind the base of the fin down,to match that setting).The trailing edge is up 10.5"-11" and are off the rails about 3/4"-1",and toed 2" pasted the nose.The cant of the chargers are 5-6 degrees.Hope this helps,and GOOD LUCK,as it took me many tries to figure this out.(my bro will be most likely at the same place sunday,and me ? maybe there,or maybe zooport).Herb
Bones, I have a Q-4 that started out as a twinny. It was a driveless dog because I put the fins in the wrong place. I ground them off and re glassed them using Herbs measurements (and added Superchargers) and now the board works UNREAL!! I shaped it from a 6' 2" C, with natural rocker. I cant wait to build another one with a refined template I have. I'll use the 7' 3" with added nose rocker for the next one. Good luck, your gonna love it. Scott
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just sturin' the kettle abit !