The increased cant of the H2s create a lot of lift and speed while turning, but they'd be slower when going straight down the line I think. The MRTFX will be faster down the line but I don't expect them to tun as tight at as high speed as the H2s. The H2s could be interesting in the SP!
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Just rode the 5'8" with Indo fronts and Stretch rears in 3-4" clean, point waves.
I've only used the Indos in small stuff and knew that I'd want more hold in the rear fins when it was bigger.
They feel awesome.
I am going to have to try that. I have some Indo fronts but no rears and I have the Stretch rears. How does it compare with all Indo? I rode the MRTX today and it went amazing, making sections my buddies in the water were not making.
I reckon the Indo fronts and stretch rears will blow your mind. everyones different but they feel so fast straight from the take off.
The Indo full set feel good in small waves. But I was out in 3-4" point waves so looking for hold in full speed cutbacks. Hence the use of the stretch rears. Should be able to get good hold out of most rakier templated rear quad fins. Some prefer flat sided rear quads as opposed to the double foiled rears like the stretches.
Hey cuttle you got a pic of that setup?, are the indo fcs much different to future controllers, just wondering if i should try a rear fin swap, as im not feeling the spud at the moment with the future controller setup
When its small the stretch rears have too much area and hold so make the board feel less lively.
So back to full Indo set for small stuff.
Still have to trial a set of GXQs flat sided fins in the rears with the front Indos.