So I bought a Moses 633 to teach my wife to Hydrofoil on.
The first thing I did was stick it on my Moses T40 board just to see what it was like.
Obviously it has been mentioned before but I was surprised by how much front foot pressure you actually need to keep it in the water when you can’t move the mast back .
So a little bit of a google search and it gave me a link to
Delta Hydrofoil , pro tips , shimming your Hydrofoil ( YouTube)
So with nothing to lose I stuck a piece of 3mm thick, hard rubber on the connection between the mast and fuselage and then tried the Onda Again.
There’s a remarkable difference in the reduced amount of front foot pressure needed,
Watch the video and give it a go , it’s easy to do and will cost you very little ( one small piece of hard rubber )
Thanks to the guy at Delta