Thanks for trying the front wing and giving feedback!flying grandpa wrote: ↑Wed Sep 05, 2018 6:42 amYesterday tried front XXL wing. A bit higher speed was needed and it become quite comfortable. Also max speed was higher making comfort speed bandwidth wider.
So, tried carver once again. Success. I liked this wing the most. Widest speed bandwidth.
So tried Zeeko carbon race wing.
Tried Zeeko speed wing. Failure.
Tried older wing from another french foil brand. Failure.
First thoughts are below:
- more wing surface helps
- careful hydrodynamic design to avoid waterflow instabilities is a must
- all above foils were not designed for monofoilig - there is more room for comfort for sure, especially to widen comfort speed bandwidth.
Your nice nemo board looks a bit as if front foot stands on a lower or at least not higher level as backfoot, this can cause you problems at higher speeds, check my posts at page 10. You may use shims to avoid to have a to much angled back leg at higher speeds.
Yes, good point: Always try to not take of before having overtaken the Kangoros Speed, otherwise the Kangoro will consume a lot of force. That's why slow wings and big boards for first tries are much much easier. Think spots tuna will be too hard at the moment. I let a guy, who very succesfuly tested my Element-Mono before, try the Aspect-Mono and he was not able to get it into flight.
Have you tried mono with the Ketos wave xl wing (800)?it`s the 1200 Ketos wing.
Oyvind, Does Ketos sell this "fuselage online? Does Moses have something similar?
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