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The drop outs on the wind speed are due to an Ospry parking on the sensor not drop in wind speed. Local Expert? edit Edit this Page!
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The new sensor for Doug's seems very accurate, at least on very windy days. I sailed on 4/21/10 overpowered on a 3.2 (guys were on 3.2-3.8 also), and the sensor was reading low thirties averages. I think the readings at the new Doug's sensor are similar to the readings on the Swell City sensor, meaning that if you rig 3.7 at a given reading at Swell, you'll rig the same size for the same reading at Doug's. Thank you so much to the iWindsurf team for the new sensor! -Temira


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