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TOPIC: tsunami 145 vs prijon kodiak
tsunami 145 vs prijon kodiak 4 years 10 months ago #33126
I am about to embark on a 250 mile trek down my local river to the beach. I have both a tsunami 145 and a prijon kodiak. I have loaded both boats with 100 lbs and gps tested them on the same day in the same conditions over the same trak. I seem to paddle the tsunami a little bit faster (.2 mph) than the kodiak. For some reason, this seem wrong to me. But after 3 test days the results stand. Any thoughts on which boat would be recommended? I know the kodiak should be better/faster and I know the kodiak def has better plastic, but the tsunami seems to hold its own, is virtually equal in speed...is the speed thing overplayed? your thoughts please...
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