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  Topic: wood paipo #2
Thierry

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 3:35 pm   Subject: wood paipo #2
The board now has a correct width for my size and weight and I think it should be fantastic on a hollow beach break ... not like the small powerless waves I had this week.
  Topic: Fishy alaia paipo
Thierry

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 3:14 pm   Subject: Fishy alaia paipo
MrMike, It's true that the momentum gives it a very smooth and fast ride and the extra thin rails like seen on the boards shaped by Tom Wegener's bite well on the wave face and even turn with ease.
T ...
  Topic: wood paipo #2
Thierry

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Mon Apr 26, 2010 3:19 pm   Subject: wood paipo #2
I found the board was too wide for me so I cut the rails. I kept the same width on the tail (15.74"), put the wide point, now 18.7", backward and at mid length, gave more rocker to the nose and made t ...
  Topic: Fishy alaia paipo
Thierry

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Fri Apr 02, 2010 11:12 am   Subject: Fishy alaia paipo
No, it's heavier, denser and harder (but the wood had no knots) than pine but I dont know which wood it is.
It's the first time I try so thin rails, usually I shape surfboard type rails.
I haven't ...
  Topic: another pick board
Thierry

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 8:01 am   Subject: another pick board
Very cool shape with this one Mike !
Tell us how it rides.
  Topic: Ply Paipo's HPD style!
Thierry

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 7:58 am   Subject: Ply Paipo's HPD style!
Very cool pics ... some decent waves for all to have fun ... wish I was there to share a few waves.
  Topic: First Paipo
Thierry

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 7:54 am   Subject: First Paipo
Good job with this first paipo Hewey !
Keep riding to improve and have a look at Kid's pics to see where he places his hands on the board to turn and go down the line ... not with the inside arm stra ...
  Topic: Fishy alaia paipo
Thierry

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 6:18 am   Subject: Fishy alaia paipo
I found the door of a cupboard and made a paipo inspired by the shape of the alaias. It's got a slight concave underneath and very thin 60/40 rails like I could see on Tom Wegener's boards. Dims : 16. ...
  Topic: Paipo Surfing 1958-1965 Vimeo Video
Thierry

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PostForum: Your Wave   Posted: Sun Mar 14, 2010 9:13 am   Subject: Paipo Surfing 1958-1965 Vimeo Video
If you've not already seen it, have a look at this classic video from added by Bob Green on Youtube :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lss-QILYwGc&feature=player_embedded#
  Topic: Cedar Handplanes!!!
Thierry

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Thu Mar 11, 2010 7:13 pm   Subject: Cedar Handplanes!!!
Those are very nice ! Can you post some pics of the under side ?
  Topic: In Progress Terry Martin Balsa Belly Board - Need Opinions
Thierry

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Wed Jul 08, 2009 4:57 pm   Subject: In Progress Terry Martin Balsa Belly Board - Need Opinions
Very nice board ! The rails seem to be very soft and rounded.

I tried my paipo without a leash or a handle and didn't feel the need to have a leash and no problem holding the board like a bodyboard ...
  Topic: wood paipo #2
Thierry

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Wed Jul 08, 2009 4:10 pm   Subject: wood paipo #2
heavy I think is good. goes under waves realy good also when it get going it keeps going. I have made them out of red oak and black walnut these boards are heavy and work realy good. your boards look ...
  Topic: My next handboard
Thierry

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Wed Jul 08, 2009 3:58 pm   Subject: My next handboard
Too bad, because it is a beautiful little board. I especially like the fingerholes.

I dug the place where the fingers should go then stuck a piece of wood on the top because I guessed It would be ...
  Topic: My next handboard
Thierry

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Tue Jul 07, 2009 6:27 am   Subject: My next handboard
This is my take of the hanboard la Hess Surfboards who shapes them with a hole to hold the board.
I was not convinced, hydrodynamically speaking, by this solution. I tested and compared with one of ...
  Topic: wood paipo #2
Thierry

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PostForum: Paipo Board Design & Building   Posted: Tue Jul 07, 2009 3:26 am   Subject: wood paipo #2
When on holidays, I tried the paipo in Britany in 1,50 m and 1m clean waves. The board takes off very easily but it can be useful to paddle with one arm and with the fins at the same time to help the ...
 
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