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Southern Funk & Flow on the Casey Flow 2.0

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Created by supthecreek 1 month ago, 21 Feb 2021
supthecreek
2182 posts
21 Feb 2021 10:30PM
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Sunova Casey Flow 2.0 in some small wonk
9' x 32.25" at 142 liters in TR3 tec

Funky waves, but they gave me a better glimpse of what this board can do for me.


Rossall
WA, 614 posts
22 Feb 2021 2:53PM
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I have the 8/4 and love it

Rossall
WA, 614 posts
22 Feb 2021 2:53PM
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I have the 8/4 and love it

Tardy
3948 posts
22 Feb 2021 5:05PM
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Apart from them mermaids in the background ,you can really see the flow hull working nicely ,and seems to have a nice glide as well
as sharp turning ....
mine is still stuck in a freight shed ...corona related delays ...sssshhhiiitttt .

100yearsold
18 posts
22 Feb 2021 9:44PM
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Rossall said..
I have the 8/4 and love it


What's it like compared your 8'7 placid ??

100yearsold
18 posts
22 Feb 2021 9:44PM
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Rossall said..
I have the 8/4 and love it


What's it like compared your 8'7 placid ??

Rossall
WA, 614 posts
24 Feb 2021 4:43PM
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Totally different beast altogether. I find the Flow a lot looser and with the narrower nose seems to make it easier to throw about in less than ideal conditions.

Nugdam
QLD, 568 posts
24 Feb 2021 9:22PM
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You make this board look so cruisey Rick! It becomes a beast in some solid conditions!

supthecreek
2182 posts
24 Feb 2021 11:21PM
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Nugdam said..
You make this board look so cruisey Rick! It becomes a beast in some solid conditions!


ha ha.... these are the conditions I have for the winter, I was glad just to get a session where I could sort of surf.
I am hopeless in small wonk.

I have found a break a few hours from me, where I hope to get a solid session on this board, to let me explore it's potential a bit more.

Nugdam
QLD, 568 posts
25 Feb 2021 6:40AM
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supthecreek said..

Nugdam said..
You make this board look so cruisey Rick! It becomes a beast in some solid conditions!



ha ha.... these are the conditions I have for the winter, I was glad just to get a session where I could sort of surf.
I am hopeless in small wonk.

I have found a break a few hours from me, where I hope to get a solid session on this board, to let me explore it's potential a bit more.


Cant wait to see your review on it. I have been loving the board lately its really fun.

Nugdam
QLD, 568 posts
25 Feb 2021 6:40AM
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supthecreek said..

Nugdam said..
You make this board look so cruisey Rick! It becomes a beast in some solid conditions!



ha ha.... these are the conditions I have for the winter, I was glad just to get a session where I could sort of surf.
I am hopeless in small wonk.

I have found a break a few hours from me, where I hope to get a solid session on this board, to let me explore it's potential a bit more.


Cant wait to see your review on it. I have been loving the board lately its really fun.

bomberdave
VIC, 289 posts
25 Feb 2021 11:01AM
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have been playing around with the fin set up on my 8'8...finally got it in some juice at a near by break last week. I had been running large quobba fins as a thruster initially. First swapped out side fins for some C-Drives.....awesome great hold and drive. Next day tried as a quad C-Drives in front and small quobbas in rear. The surf was bigger clean and fast, I found the quads perfect and again it had great hold and this set up seemed to complement the rails of the board. Looking at the GPS info from my watch I was getting consistent speeds of low 30's klmh, the board didnt lose any of its 'sureness' underfoot and gave so much confidence even on late take offs. The Flow V2 makes a fat old bloke feel like hes charging like a grom!!!!

supthecreek
2182 posts
25 Feb 2021 12:50PM
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The fins that I have been liking in the Flow V2 are (used in vid above)
C-drive fronts 4.65" (118 mm)
Small C-drive knock off, in center 3.6" (91.5 mm)

I do not have a quad set of C-drives, but I am going to order a set, so I can experiment

Casso
NSW, 3726 posts
25 Feb 2021 5:58PM
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I just hope I'm surfing that well when I'm 72 years old!

supthecreek
2182 posts
7 Mar 2021 9:25PM
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Casso said..
I just hope I'm surfing that well when I'm 72 years old!


I am humbled.... thank you Casso!
You will be ripping as hard as ever at 72... you are fit and stay very active.
72 is the new 50

CaptainJimbo
147 posts
8 Mar 2021 8:48AM
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supthecreek said..

Casso said..
I just hope I'm surfing that well when I'm 72 years old!



I am humbled.... thank you Casso!
You will be ripping as hard as ever at 72... you are fit and stay very active.
72 is the new 50


STC, I'm with you! At 73 I'm so lucky to still be able to surf. My dodgy shoulder meant my prone surfing days were over but then ... along came Sups!
So many waves and so little time . Cheers, Jimbo

supthecreek
2182 posts
8 Mar 2021 9:32PM
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CaptainJimbo said..

supthecreek said..


Casso said..
I just hope I'm surfing that well when I'm 72 years old!




I am humbled.... thank you Casso!
You will be ripping as hard as ever at 72... you are fit and stay very active.
72 is the new 50



STC, I'm with you! At 73 I'm so lucky to still be able to surf. My dodgy shoulder meant my prone surfing days were over but then ... along came Sups!
So many waves and so little time . Cheers, Jimbo


Ha ha... I hear that Captain! Yewwwwwww!
It is truly living the dream

Rossall
WA, 614 posts
9 Mar 2021 8:22PM
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Gracetown WA, Sunday on the Casey Flow 8/5 custom



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