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Pentex vs dacron for club racing

n my ongoing quest to bring my Columbia Sabre up to speed I''m going to have a new 155 Genoa built. Does anyone have recommendations for a sailmaker? In the past I''ve used Doyle but I''m open to suggestions. I''ve had prices from Doyle,North,Ullman,Quantum and JSI.All are within a few hundred bucks of each other.
Is it worth getting 3DL or Pentex for an older boat or should I stick with straight Dacron?
Thanks
John
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