tiger wrote:Hey Diggs, I used to run into Earl a bit down the Black Widow factory back in the day. He's a nice bloke, and very talented craftsman.
His description of how they worked were something like, riding a magic carpet on a layer of ball bearings. What I think he was getting at was that they created a lot of planing lift, and that slippery less wetted area feel. Like belly channels, or dare I say it dimples.
I was shaping lots of belly channels at the time, and was keen to shape a board, and get him to whack a set in it for me. But we never got around to it, and I regret it now.
diggerdickson wrote:Hey roy or huei, Im sure you guys might have some thougths on this, because if anyone knows anything about waterflow underneath a board, you two guys do, probably more than anyone else, even if roy cops a pasting on this forum no one can argue his quality of work.
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