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$400.00 - Riot Magnum 80

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$400.00 - Riot Magnum 80 - Super Coosh Outfitting - Minor Scratches


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Post on Wed 21 Mar 2012, 12:01 am by echymas

SOLD

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Post on Wed 21 Mar 2012, 12:59 am by wasatchbill

Crying or Very sad
ok, who wants to sell me a Burn L?

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Post on Wed 21 Mar 2012, 11:58 am by Vertder Miff

Bill, Craig is selling his Everest.

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Post on Wed 21 Mar 2012, 12:02 pm by Flying_Spaghetti_Monster

Everest seems like it would be to big for Bill. Bill What not get a stomper. It is kinda like a cross between the Burn, and the Jefe. I think you would like it.

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Post on Wed 21 Mar 2012, 12:07 pm by Vertder Miff

Everest is 82.4 gallons. Large Burn is 80.3 gallons. The Jefe Grande and Villain that Bill has paddled are 90 and 92.5 gallons respectively.

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Post on Wed 21 Mar 2012, 12:23 pm by Cap'n RedBeard

http://www.pyranha.com/kayaks.php?kayak=Shiva

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Post on Wed 21 Mar 2012, 1:49 pm by wasatchbill

Would love to try a Stomper.
AF in particular gets me thinking about somewhat shorter, more maneuverable creekers. Squiggles is like a slalom move; the whole thing is very tight and turny. I am curious about the Burn L, since its so popular and I have never paddled one. Hopefully, eddyhopping the Narrows and Eggs is in the near future. Also, I would use a "maneuverable creeker" for running gates, if we ever get some up; or maybe that Greys race in the summer. I remember the Magnum 80 being good in the gates.

As bigwater boats, I have loved the Jefe Grande and the Villain. Love the Villain bulkhead. I'm curious about the Everest, would like to paddle one; but it doesn't seem like the perfect boat for tight creeks like AF. Its 8'6", Burn L is 8'3". Magnum 80 is 8'4".
I also have a Nomad 8.5 (8'5"), which is another awesome boat; noticably more maneuverable than the Villain (8'8")or JefeG (8'6").
I am guessing the Shiva is something like a Villain; same length and volume anyway.
Its surprising to me that the Nomad 8.5 turns better than a JefeG, and there is just 1 inch difference in length, and they are both displacement hulls. The Stomper 90 is the same length as the Nomad 8.5, with some more edge; sounds very interesting.

Note that AF locals paddle boats like the Topolino; 7'2" or something ;-)
(eddyflower: downtime much? sigh)

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