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Can anyone give me some feedback on the Project 62. Looking to get one soon.

many thanks


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Comment by Paul B on July 29, 2009 at 7:46am
Many thanks Tanya also looking at paddling the Ottawa river next year any tips on where to stay etc..

Comment by Tanya Faux on July 29, 2009 at 7:09am
Hey paul, sorry for the delay, been a crazy week up hear on the Ottawa River. too much rafting... but lots of surfing too.

Ok enough blar blar

Yep perfect fit for the 62. Some out fitting tips. If your front piller goes all the way to the front and you can get you foam bock head in, undo the screws take the foam out and cut it where the first kinck is.

Thigh braces best position is mid thigh, not near the knee.

when sitting, bend your elbow to 90 degree, you want to have an 1inch from the bottom to the cock pit rim, most people need to boost there seat a little, a peace of foam under the seat pad.

The two peaces of stick foam you will get put in front of your knee

Performance tips

The project is a smooth a responsive freestyle kayak. means that, not only is it good for beginners but also advanced paddlers. Because of it's length and stern bow rocker also mean it runs well in a down stream scene and also across eddie lines.

Best thing about the project it is it's speed and ability to lift and release of a speed or flat wave!

no questions you will love it and it will put a smile on your face!!!

Enjoy T
Comment by Bill Wilkey on July 22, 2009 at 10:05am
Your weight is about right and you length should go well for the 62. I have one and I love it.
Comment by Paul B on July 22, 2009 at 9:51am
weight - 90 kgs, 32inch inseam, after paddling in Austria looking at paddling waves with a bit of river running in between.

Thanks Paul
Comment by Tanya Faux on July 22, 2009 at 8:45am
Hi paul

First can you give some details about your weight, inseam and do you like to paddle waves or holes and do you want to river run? Then i can give you some detail about how to maximize your outfitting and performance tips.

Cheer T

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