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Sunova "flash" information

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Created by Dan83 Sunday, 16 Jul 2017
Dan83
53 posts
Sunday , 16 Jul 2017 10:10PM
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Hey guys, not sure if anyone can shed any information about James caseys new signature model, the sunova flash?

Looks like an awesome, progressive board.


Does anyone know:
When it's coming out?
What sizes are coming out?
Etc

Cheers dan

AA
NSW, 2058 posts
Monday , 17 Jul 2017 1:54PM
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FLASH SIZE UPDATE:
These are the confirmed FLASH sizes from SUNOVA -

These look way better!


7'6 26 x 3 7/8 77L
7'9 26 7/8 x 4 85L
8'0 27 3/4 x 4 1/8 93L
8'3 28 5/8 x 4 1/4 102L
8'6 29 1/2 x 4 3/8 112L
8'9 30 3/8 x 4 1/2 122L
9'0 31 1/4 x 4 5/8 133L
9'3 32 x 4 3/4 144L

Dan83
53 posts
Monday , 17 Jul 2017 6:14PM
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Cheers for the reply. yes those sizes do look way better Can't wait for them to be released to See one in person.

if someone gets a sneak peek or demos one in advance. Please put a review up

Cheers dan

SunovaBouy
66 posts
Tuesday , 17 Jul 2017 11:28PM
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Awe, so cool.

Looks great.

Youngbreezy
205 posts
Thursday , 20 Jul 2017 8:15AM
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Got any pics of the board?

AA
NSW, 2058 posts
Thursday , 20 Jul 2017 3:43PM
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Tasty!
www.instagram.com/p/BWv4ofYBX9m/

supthecreek
1166 posts
Friday , 20 Jul 2017 11:52PM
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This just in..... a sneak peek at the "Flash" meeting Picasstino
yup... that's Tino hisself painting up "Flash" #1

&feature=youtu.be

1fox
110 posts
Friday , 21 Jul 2017 2:21AM
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Looks awesome, both painting and shape.
It's a quad?? (Would be nice to have some center fin) .

SunovaBouy
66 posts
Friday , 21 Jul 2017 2:37PM
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Wow...

juniorburger
13 posts
Friday , 21 Jul 2017 3:36PM
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Hey 1fox,

The board comes standard as a 5 fin..

The reason you can't see the plugs in the video is because this was James's original board, the same one he is riding above.. The board went so well from the first proto there was no need to make more versions before hitting the go button for production.. So instead of making a new board for Jimmy with the new flash colors and carbon, we added it to the one he already had because he loved it so much..

The extra plugs are currently hiding under the carbon..

Cheers, Dylan

cantSUPenough
VIC, 1233 posts
Yesterday , 22 Jul 2017 10:52AM
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When are we going to learn about the shape/dimensions (and what makes it different to the Acid)?

mbuzz
NSW, 209 posts
Yesterday , 22 Jul 2017 2:41PM
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I'm currently looking at the 8'7" flow and asked how AA how the flash differs from the flow. His reply, "much more pulled in nose and tail. It is basically a cross between the Acid and the Flow, borrowing the sound predictability of the FLOW with the rippability of the ACID". James added "More spring off the top, holds speed better and just a better all round high performance board. I'd use the flash for 90% of conditions".

Now I have a dilemma as I've paddles the 8'7" flow, so I know I like that shape and only have till the end of July to make a decision if I want to put in an order with AA in time to get a discount.

Dan83
53 posts
6 hours ago , 22 Jul 2017 6:17PM
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Can't wait to see this board in the shops.

Little off the flash subject.

But what is the comparison in weight of sunova board models compared to the similar boards in brands like naish, starboard, jp and even ozzy brands like deep ocean boards?? Cheers dan



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