Agree 100% then later get the 950 wing and you'll have a nice combination but the 950 will become you main choice. Well this is how it is for me.
Don't worry about the mast length, more length simply means more mast to flex. You might need a bit more down pointing angle on your stabiliser than for a short mast though. If you find that your ballance point foiling is significantly forward of your ballance point off the plane then move your mast back though.Whattheflock wrote: ↑Sat Mar 27, 2021 1:25 amI'm close to my reaching my budget to get into wingfoiling and just wanted to ask for some input!
I have a moses 633 with 91cm mast, could I use the moses 1100 with the 91cm mast? I'm worried the 1100
may be hard on the mast? Could snap it?
Would a 120L board be too big for 75kg me?
Thanks Peter! Whats your wind range with a 5m?Peter_Frank wrote: ↑Sun Mar 28, 2021 9:17 pm
Well, sounds "right".
BUT, a 5 m2 is the sweet size, that can go quite low, and not feel big.
Any 6 m2 will feel big.
And a 4 needs some wind, so you might regret not having a 5 when 75 kg.
I did, thought I could use 6 and 4, no way, and bought a 5 which is my most used size now, almost same weight as you.
Something to think about, as you are avoiding the sweetspot size IMO.
On the other hand, when learned and if you keep your really big foilwing, you could maybe use the 4 m2 quite early
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