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single vs single to double concaves - 2010/02/10 07:42 can someone explain the science behind it? i pretty much understand that singles work better in better waves while single to double works better in all around..or am i wrong?

but how does it work? thanks in advance!
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Re:single vs single to double concaves - 2010/02/10 17:37 Hope I am not out of line with this link: http://www2.swaylocks.com/forum/general-discussion

but a lot of people over at that site are into the design of surfboards & may be able to provide a good answer.
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Re:single vs single to double concaves - 2010/02/11 03:53 I am no board shaper but how is this... If you have a big water hose and put a small nozzle on it you have presure. presure = thrust, thrust = speed.
If you have better waves you have plenty of push, push = speed (no extra thrust needed).
If waves are slow and mushy you need extra thrust for speed because of lack of push.

How is that? HAHA! Sounds good anyway
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