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Faster rocker lines and increased volume under foot make the Dyno super early planing and keep it charging through gusts and lulls.
The compact size enables real use of all that speed – the Dyno is more than just capable in the air, it is a jumping machine. Aerial rotations, freestyle moves and straight up rocket air on demand. Parallel rails are very effective at reducing drag and increasing speed, so it allows the addition of some manoeuvre enhancing tail kick. This makes the Dyno much more than just a bump & jump blasting board – it can drive through turns on the rail, making the most of any onshore or real world waves.
Three fin boxes and multiple footstrap options increase the Dyno’s versatility; Set it up as a thruster with inboard straps for maximum manoeuvrability, or with a single freeride fin and outer straps for pure blasting.
The Dyno transcends the conditions to expand your windsurfing possibilities.
The parallel outline decreases drag and increases stability. Overall width is reduced which helps give the boards a smaller, more manoeuvrable feel.
Based on the Nano, the Dyno rocker is flatter and faster through the tail. The entry rocker has been tuned for the lowest possible angle of attack for maximum acceleration and comfort through chop while still allowing sufficient nose lift for wave manoeuvres and jumping.
Pronounced double concave with deep V enables easy rail-to-rail transition, even on the largest size Dynos.
Forward V penetrates chop for less impact and more comfort.
Increased V through the fins creates more rail rocker for precise turns when on the rail.
The hard release edge at the tail of the board becomes progressively rounded and soft towards the front of the board.
The apex of the rail becomes progressively higher through the forward sections to prevent catching. Bevels through the front sections raise the apex even higher for more clearance and increase the hit rate of landed moves.
The reduced length centres the volume where you need it. Optimised deck angles transition from reduced volume rails to high volume standing area.
Deck angles have been designed for comfort and to maintain responsive foot positioning in both inboard wave and outboard freeride set ups.
The Dyno is fitted with a centre Power Box and 2 x SlotBox+ for the side fins. In Thruster mode control and manoeuvrability are enhanced for use in wave or bump-and-jump conditions.
With a single freeride n and out-board footstraps, the Dyno transforms into a pure blasting machine.
|SIZE||LENGTH||WIDTH||WEIGHT||SAIL RANGE||THRUSTER FINS (SUPPLIED)||ALT. SINGLE FIN|
|85||225 cm||57.5 cm||TBA||4.5 – 6.0||2 x 100 + 1 x 200||280|
|95||226 cm||59.5 cm||TBA||4.7 – 6.5||2 x 120 + 1 x 200||320|
|105||228 cm||62.0 cm||TBA||5.0 – 7.0||2 x 120 + 1 x 220||360|
|115||229 cm||64.5 cm||TBA||5.3 – 7.5||2 x 120 + 1 x 240||400|
|Specifications subject to change without prior notice. Weight tolerance +/- 6%.|
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Neil Greentree (Team Rider) –
the much awaited Dyno is Severne’s allrounder with Tri fin setup as well as single fin option. I use mine I Tri setup and love it. Blasting to smaller waves awesome. Its shorter length takes a little adapting by the sailor but its well worth it. I was so impressed I bought a 95 and the brilliant 85Ltr
Kevin Frost –
Quick review of my first ride on the SV Dyno 105.
Used in the tri fin configuration paired with a SV Gator 5.7m.
So after hearing some people telling me the new school shape would possibly take some getting used to, have to say didn’t find this a problem what so ever. I think if you’re a fairly competent sailor on smallish boards and show a bit of aggression in getting the board onto the plane, hence bearing off wind and pumping the rig and board a bit to release, this board flies onto the plane with ease.
Once up and running , yes the board certainly has a unique feel to it. Feels real small under foot , smooth as a babies butt, sitting flat but high above any chop it meets. Gybing , well, it pretty much gybes itself, tight , wide arcs , its pretty much up to you. This things turns on a sixpence. Only used it in choppy bump n jump waters so can’t comment on its wave ability, but can imagine it to be awesome.
Everything about this board oozes quality from the graphics, construction, footstraps and of course the performance.
If you’re considering buying one, try one first or talk to one of the guys first about sizing, cos they do feel smaller than they are whilst planing.
Think the 105 would of been happy carrying a 4.8m on not too a rough seas.
Cant wait to try my 95, bring on the wind.
Kevin Frost –
Quick review of my first session on the Dyno 95.
Severne really do have a knack of producing a unique feel to their boards, probably the reason I’m being drawn to them after yrs sailing Rrd . To me, and this is only my personal opinion, they feel very stiff , alive and responsive on the water. ,whereas rrd always feel like riding a smooth velvet cusion. Feeling alot smaller when planing, than the quoted volume, but enough float when stationary, it really does give you the best of both worlds. As yet, didn’t feel quite as carvy and loose as the rrd fsw , but haven’t played about with fins or settings yet. Pretty quick in a straight line , even with the tri setup, and lovely and smooth in the gybe, with enough volume to see , even me, almost planing out of them.
Again, graphics, fittings all ooze quality, as you’d expect. The grip on the deck is like nothing ive felt before, you certainly won’t slip off. Boots recommended. Ouch !!
Crackin board for waves , bump n jump or just blasting about, having fun, which in my eyes , is what it’s all about. Great board for UK waters
Recommended by, a very happy customer.