Twin tips are more like snowboarding.eloico wrote: I read that riding a hydrofoil feels as when snowboarding on powder snow. I have to try it !!!
I only remove 4 bolts to separate the foil unit from the board for transport.Arcsrule wrote:
does everyone totally disassemble the board for transport?
there is an aluminum foil board made in the us but I don't hear much of it. how would the aluminum version work...corrosion?...would the foil sink vs float like the carbon fiber?
do the carbon fiber foils tend to break if run aground?
This depends on the fab process.Hawaiis wrote: Both Aluminum and Carbon Sinks in the water.
No. The racing drift is different.You need to have another set.Arcsrule wrote: Does the moses foil have the ability to change the foil wings from a stable learning configuration to the race version?
Yep! Everytime I go foiling in Belgium (twice a week). I drive to the spot on a scooter - 3km.does everyone totally disassemble the board for transport?
Not all carbon fibers float! Ensure before buying.would the foil sink vs float like the carbon fiber?
Not mine so far despite riding in muddy waters of North Sea in Belgium and Holland and using straps too. I'm really surprised about durability of my CF drift and wings after so many encounters with a sea bottom.do the carbon fiber foils tend to break if run aground?
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