Down haul rope?
are you talking about a windsurfer foil rig?
Yes. I am using my XXLW for kitefoil, Sup, Surf, and Windfoil.
where can the xxl wings be purchased ?Zeeko wrote: ↑Tue Nov 20, 2018 12:45 pm3InletsWindsports wrote: ↑Mon Nov 12, 2018 8:54 pmMy initial try’s of pumping. With 90cm mast and kite.
Seems to indicate that pumping with front foot bias is like stomping on concrete while the best drive forward was achieved using even foot pressure.
But even that was a push down with lots of resistance then a surge forward.
Done with kite drifting backwards and zero line tension so not time to keep pumping.
Is there something I’m missing? This pumping thing is a whole new thing for me and my only experience is the Spitfire. I have at this point no geriatric foil to compare
yes you could pump on the spitfire, but as for other foil, you need to train, train, train. For pumping finally I moove a little forward the mast on my board,
for the screws and other, yes we recommand to use the Windfoil plate which is reinforced and longer screws (supplied with the XXLW wings), and use same fuselageAdventure Logs wrote: Will the XXLW wings fit the kite foil? or would I need to get a new fuselage?
I personnaly use the XXLW wings for both Supfoiling, surfoiling and kitefoiling. Max speed is about 20knots of speed, which is enough for most of the riders and the turning ability is awesome for such surface of wings.