So I know most of the base plates are 90mm and if you have a track system you can swap the entire foil kit, mast, fuselage and wings over from one board to a different board.
But today I heard that the Naish and Liquid Force masts are also compatible. I find this a little hard to believe, as the mast sizes and bolt places should be all different. Anyway, is this just a bad rumor or are some of the masts actually compatible between brands? I have a liquid force setup so I can measure that but no access to a Naish right now. If the masts are compatible that makes shopping for a short mast and not having to tap new holes easier.
2018 Airush Core Foil V2; Naish Thrust; RRD; Takuma; Gong
http://efoil.builders/t/carbon-wings-op ... ble/2230/9
SoEFoil, Aug 24 2018
Since 2017, a few manufacturers have moved to the same standard: 3 screws spaced by 4cm : RRD, Takuma, Naish, Gong (55USD for 65cm mast), Airush … The mast is held by 3 screws diam 6mm, the fuselage is held by 2 x 6mm screws (could be 3). This profile is not symmetrical as profile max thickness is located at 40-45% from and closer to leading edge.