Originally Posted by TheKid
IMHO the more important question is...How is this boat on a little wave? Pyranha play-boats over the past 5 years have had hulls that do not release well on waves, and are not loose. Anybody can make a boat look good on a big wave, how does it do on a little one?
I have been able to get in my large molan on the small stuff in the BV park now.. So very small waves at this point and it has been very loose for me.
The L molan fits me well (6'4" tall, 205#, with sz 13 feet) and I even have room to put some of the bulk head in. It is as fast as the my good old 420 and has way more pop. My brother has the new super star so I have paddled both and felt that the molan was a bit faster on a wave but they both paddle pretty similar.. It seems that pyrahna either hits a home run with their play boats or strikes out. I would say that the molan is a home run for sure..
Just another take on the molan. Also I guess you have to say it these days - I do not work for pyrahna but like and have paddled their boats for the past decade or more in here.
I also just got in my 1st new burn in 3 years so I will write up a review of the L burn if we go up to Lake tonight.