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Tomo MPH #1714731
04/08/11 04:36 PM
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Thoughts or reveiws of tri?

http://tomosurfboards.com/mph.html#

Re: Tomo MPH [Re: VaB] #1714732
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i saw a few when i picked up my twin from dt. he had one there for josh kerr that looked insane. crazy stuff. the nano looks really good.

Re: Tomo MPH [Re: nkpheous] #1714733
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The two I have tried were very fun , unique ride tthat's for sure .

Want to try the Nano .

Re: Tomo MPH [Re: VaB] #1714734
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love mine! fast, easy to throw around. light.

Re: Tomo MPH [Re: retodd] #1714735
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Want to try the Nano .




Mine is in, 5'9x 19x 2.5

Ride report & pics on the way. Let's meet up next time we get some clean swell.

Re: Tomo MPH [Re: VaB] #1714736
04/08/11 05:45 PM
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the Psyko and Diamond hydrofoil are of my interest


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Re: Tomo MPH [Re: Ivan_] #1714737
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Re: Tomo MPH [Re: nkpheous] #1714738
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Those look retarded fun...so nice.


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Re: Tomo MPH [Re: retodd] #1714739
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Quote:

The two I have tried were very fun , unique ride tthat's for sure .

Want to try the Nano .




unique how? similar to anything?

Re: Tomo MPH [Re: VaB] #1714740
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I am used to a 6-1 , when I ride a 5-7 it feels like nothing is there . Also most fishy boards have mellow bottoms and rocker , not the case with a DT. Then you have his super domed deck , my boards are much flatter top side .

I really like the free floating ride and how fast they are , got myself in some fun places without the center fin acting as a pivot/brake .

Re: Tomo MPH [Re: nkpheous] #1714741
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Me wants this


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Re: Tomo MPH [Re: Norsemann] #1714742
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Quote:

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Want to try the Nano .




Mine is in, 5'9x 19x 2.5

Ride report & pics on the way. Let's meet up next time we get some clean swell.




does not need to be perfect , i am more curious to feel it in " average " conditions .

Re: Tomo MPH [Re: sjc] #1714743
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I'm keen to know/see the rocker and bottom profile on these things. Is the rocker flat through the tail like a mini sim? And, also like a mini sim, is there belly to flat to single concave through the fins?
Reason I ask is that I recently shaped my first board - a mini simm. I stuck to the Hydrodynamica recipe of short, very wide (23"!!) and flat with belly to flat to concave between two double foiled keels. The thing is an absolute blast and has replaced my mini mal for crap days. I'm thinking my next project will be a similar recipe, but more HP - like the MPHs. But we'll see I predict I may get round to it in about 1 year at earliest!


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Re: Tomo MPH [Re: Fl4mer] #1714744
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Quote:

I'm keen to know/see the rocker and bottom profile on these things. Is the rocker flat through the tail like a mini sim? And, also like a mini sim, is there belly to flat to single concave through the fins?
Reason I ask is that I recently shaped my first board - a mini simm. I stuck to the Hydrodynamica recipe of short, very wide (23"!!) and flat with belly to flat to concave between two double foiled keels. The thing is an absolute blast and has replaced my mini mal for crap days. I'm thinking my next project will be a similar recipe, but more HP - like the MPHs. But we'll see I predict I may get round to it in about 1 year at earliest!




a little bit of belly entry to single out the tail.


Re: Tomo MPH [Re: nkpheous] #1714745
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I'll repost my question from another thread...

Those who have Tomos... are they replacing your normal boards?


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