FB Starboard Go 155 - sold

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FB Starboard Go 155 - sold

Sold. I'll delete the post in a couple of days.

It's Stephen's board. Great board for advanced beginner to mid intermediate. A bit long for foiling (not sure how the mast track sets up) and the fin box isn't reinforced so foil at your own risk. For fin, great for lighter days or heavier riders. 249x85 155 l. subject to Stephen confirming.

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Re: FB Starboard Go 155

Sold to a very excited beginner!! Thanks for posting!

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Re: FB Starboard Go 155

And as a result, I'm getting my old Go back......thanks Langdon!

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Re: FB Starboard Go 155 - sold

whacha goin' to do with it? The old Go, that is? Rumor has it that there's a Randy project in the offing.

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Re: FB Starboard Go 155 - sold

I was looking for a board that is better for WS than my Exocet but could also be foiled. Now that I'm finally have some success with the f one, it would be nice to have WS board I could carry on top of the car, or foil in some circumstances while the f one ride inside. Consequently, I had a Go in mind. Langdon said the Tuttle box might be a bit sketchy on this board, so I'll have to look into that. I do have a power plate which might solve the problem and actually improved the board for foiling as it is possible to move the mast forward with the power plate. However, if the fin box is not secure that might need to be shored up or a new one installed - maybe a bit further forward. Even if I decide it is only useful for windsurf that would be fine. So yeah, there may be a project in all of this. What better board for a project than the old Zero Prestige Go? Suggestions welcomed.

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Re: FB Starboard Go 155 - sold

Another, much less ambitious idea. A friend of mine from Galts put a Supwinder on his Go and uses it as a Wingsurfer. I've been impressed by how well it works. So I already have some Air 7 boxes, and the Supwinder center fin so I could try that if the tuttle box seems like too much work. Then I could get rid of one of my ISUPs already purposed for sail/wing duty.

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