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Mattitude

Floppy Joe
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^ im 185 lbs /13 stone and the krypt works really well for me  but im well distributed at 6 foot with long legs
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I should coco I'm 6' and 13.8 and it flys for me.
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How much air you boys putting in , goes okay at 90 degrees but not so clever 180.
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I'd defenetly agree 90 - 120 it's a mat that likes a it more air.
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Sefton plonjay

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Reply with quote  #20 
Now sorted; thanks Stu;-)
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Good stuff mate!
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Mattitude

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blimp im strict 180 on the krypt.
i go about 190 -200 on my gmat winston  and was same on the phileas
for tracker round tail im 160-180
krypt 180 on the nose   for most days this is  about 90 pre surf then it exp "shrinkage" to 180 once in the cold water.


you know  you are too low when the  tail dosent support you anymore it has to have enough air to keep a spring/cushion feel  during turns and  support you w/o folding and leaving your waist  hanging  down at a 90 in the water.

Join the Low Inflation Nation !


PS. if you let air out when your laying on mat you can feel  when its hitting proper inflations  its just when the tail starts to sag under you  and thin out
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where would i get a neumatic from ? even if its like really old  or has holes in it ?
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