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#1527400 - 02/16/10 01:54 PM The COIL review thread
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So a few on here have posted threads about their
Coil boards, and a few have occasionally commented about
their Coils on other threads, but overall there is very
little discussion here on the erBB about these. Every
single review I've read about them (mostly on Sways) has
been overwhelmingly positive, both from a ride and durability
standpoint. So, if you have a Coil, or have had one in the
past, post up!
Pictures, reviews, overall experiences...whatever. If you're
not familiar with 'em at all, read through this thread
to hear the Swaylocks crew's thoughts:
Coil Ride Reports from Sways

I will be placing an order for one myself very soon...
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#1527401 - 02/16/10 02:36 PM Re: The COIL review thread [Re: Oceanslide]
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I really liked mine, the things that really stand out are:

- load up on carves, the board bends, then shoots you, made my roundhouses better than ever

- durability was ridiculous, I got mine with glass-ons, saw it come through the oversize items door at the airport with size 14 boot prints all over it, not a ding. The board is ridiculously strong, and I haven't ever worried about it on flights

- Mike Daniels puts the volume measurement on the boards. That is invaluable especially since I lost a lot of weight since then.

I'll be ordering a Coil again for sure
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#1527402 - 02/16/10 03:01 PM Re: The COIL review thread [Re: SharkBoy]
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curious about this tech...does he do bonzers? really not interested in thrusters anymore.

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#1527403 - 02/16/10 03:54 PM Re: The COIL review thread [Re: njsurfer42]
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#1527404 - 02/16/10 05:47 PM Re: The COIL review thread [Re: Havoc]
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I've never heard anything bad against these boards. Alot of shapers in FL are doing these but I don't think anyone has the process down like Brasingtons.

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#1527405 - 02/16/10 05:55 PM Re: The COIL review thread [Re: njsurfer42]
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contact Mike
mike@coilsurf.com
Really easy to talk to.
Good guy
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#1527406 - 02/16/10 06:15 PM Re: The COIL review thread [Re: Oceanslide]
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I've only had the opportunity to ride it a few times.
So it still a little hard to give a real in depth review.But the the few I've had have been pretty good .Over all seems to have good drive and butter smooth round house cutties.rode it as a quad once,but it felt over finned.Again that was only one session and I didn't have an opportunity to adjust the fins so take that with a grain of salt.Ridden twice set up Griffinesq 5 fin.So far I like this set up much better than the quad(the quad are also Griffins again w/ only one session and not to many waves)Boards is a decent paddler but by no means a paddling beast,again could just need more time on it.I think most Coils are foiled fairly thin
Dims:6'8" x19 3/4" x 2 3/4"




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#1527407 - 02/16/10 06:28 PM Re: The COIL review thread [Re: need 4 speed]
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Loc: SoCal
On a side bar:
100% hand made in the US
my board shaped by Mike Daniels
Glass/construction by the Brasington bros.
Kirk Brasington also an accomplished shaper
Shaping for some east coast pros(if you care about those things)
A google search of Kirk came up with this youtube vid
I have no idea if Chris ward is riding a Coil(lost) or not
don't shoot the messenger
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#1527408 - 02/16/10 08:50 PM Re: The COIL review thread [Re: need 4 speed]
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I'm trying to convince Mike Daniel to join the fray over
here...we'll see. I know a couple posters have multiple
Coils now and would love to see them post up their thoughts
here.
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#1527409 - 02/16/10 08:51 PM Re: The COIL review thread [Re: need 4 speed]
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Quote:

I've only had the opportunity to ride it a few times.
So it still a little hard to give a real in depth review.But the the few I've had have been pretty good .Over all seems to have good drive and butter smooth round house cutties.rode it as a quad once,but it felt over finned.Again that was only one session and I didn't have an opportunity to adjust the fins so take that with a grain of salt.Ridden twice set up Griffinesq 5 fin.So far I like this set up much better than the quad(the quad are also Griffins again w/ only one session and not to many waves)Boards is a decent paddler but by no means a paddling beast,again could just need more time on it.I think most Coils are foiled fairly thin
Dims:6'8" x19 3/4" x 2 3/4"









Great looking board!!!
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#1527410 - 02/16/10 09:42 PM Re: The COIL review thread [Re: Oceanslide]
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Loc: SoCal
He lurks
just sayin'
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#1527411 - 02/16/10 09:46 PM Re: The COIL review thread [Re: Oceanslide]
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#1527412 - 02/16/10 09:54 PM Re: The COIL review thread [Re: Racerx63]
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Loc: SoCal
GG inspired 5 fin set up
for those so inclined 1.24 ft



What can I say.I'm a kool-aid drinker
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#1527413 - 02/16/10 11:27 PM Re: The COIL review thread [Re: Oceanslide]
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Registered: 11/20/08
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Loc: California
Retodd has two coils. i tried his widerboard once (6'2" roundtail thruster dealio). felt really good under my feet right off the bat. made me immediately want one. teh board also looks just right.

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#1527414 - 02/16/10 11:51 PM Re: The COIL review thread [Re: rid]
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Loc: SoCal
Todd definitely has the experience with these boards
I hope he'll chin in
think he uses H2(10) up front and Stretch in the rears
a ripper for sure
good guy for feed back
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