First off, Hi all.
So, I got kind of a new school fish shape, (3 fins) and threw a set of MR TFX fins by FCS on there. For those that don't know them, they're large thruster fins with a tiny stabilizer in the center fin. From what I can tell, they really respond to front foot pressure.
When I turn on top of the wave, though, it feels really easy to stick the front part of the rail up by the nose in the water, nd stop the board. Doesn't pearl, just the whole rail goes in and I kill my momentum.
Is this just a characteristic of fish shapes that I need to get used to, or would changing to a normal tri fin setup make it easier to not stick the nose in coming off my top turn?