ScoopZ wrote: ↑
Tue Jun 18, 2019 4:08 pm
The Moses system has the benefit of adding wing sizes easily between 1000cm2 to 2000cm2. I think the cruiser is the largest wing for that fuse. The Shaka foil then covers around 1500-2000 with a 5cm shorter fuse.
If the cruiser wing was modular with the Shaka (I don't know?) they would be very similar, but granted, demand for Onda is huge.
No, it is the opposite, in this case benefit is with Levitaz system:
While you have to have another fuselage for the bigger Moses wings > 1000 cm² in comparision to the smaller ones < 1000 cm², so must have two fuselages for a full moses wings range.
At levitaz it is pretty unique in the industry that you have just one front end type of fuselage conector that fits all their existing wings: from extremly small Race 390 cm² up to large Surf of 2000 cm² wings.
Don't take fuselage length to serious. Yes, Levitaz recommend a bit longer or shorter (also thicker and thinner) fuselages for diffent combinations, but on the end this is more about favour and riding style, not about structural incompatibility as on moses Surf and Kite foil wings. I for example ride a super tiny old race back wing (no more produced) with the not recommended, as named to short freeride fuselage for maximum agility close to monofoiling,
while friends prefer big free ride back wings with the also not recommended extra long (no more produced) old race fuselage, to have maximum speed control.
All about 400 combinations (7 wings x 4 strut x 4 fuselages x 4 stabis) can work well.
Just some like big surf stabi with race wing or those with short sturt, or surf wings with long struts... won't make to much sense for most,
but on the end it is all just about personal preferences and riding style which is the limit.