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Dave_5280
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Little wingding at Sunset

Postby Dave_5280 » Sun Mar 28, 2021 2:39 pm


fluidity
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Local Beach: Ngati Toa, Plimmerton, Titahi Bay, Waikanae, Petone, Seatoun, Lyall Bay, Eastbourne, Lake Wairarapa
Favorite Beaches: Plimmerton
Style: Wave, jump
Gear: Late model Switch kites element and nitros,
DIY CAD ultra-concave wave twintips 1500 and 130mm with my own fin designs. Easy upwind, awesome carving. Switch Nitro 10m V7, Naish 5.3m Wing. Now focussing on Wingsurfing to rise to a new challenge. Building my own foils from my CAD design and 3D prints, built a CNC machine last year and now cutting designs with CNC as well as 3D printing.
Up to 3 DIY foil designs built and getting the hang of wingsurf foiling as we switch into 2021.
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Re: Little wingding at Sunset

Postby fluidity » Mon Mar 29, 2021 6:41 am

:D I like the bit keeping it real between 43 and 45 seconds

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Topaz
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Re: Little wingding at Sunset

Postby Topaz » Mon Mar 29, 2021 2:23 pm

fluidity wrote:
Mon Mar 29, 2021 6:41 am
:D I like the bit keeping it real between 43 and 45 seconds
LOL +1
Real thing is probably 99% of that and 1% of perfect riding on smooth super flat or perfect swell water. Very much appealing anyways.

fluidity
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Posts: 502
Joined: Sat Mar 19, 2016 11:20 pm
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Local Beach: Ngati Toa, Plimmerton, Titahi Bay, Waikanae, Petone, Seatoun, Lyall Bay, Eastbourne, Lake Wairarapa
Favorite Beaches: Plimmerton
Style: Wave, jump
Gear: Late model Switch kites element and nitros,
DIY CAD ultra-concave wave twintips 1500 and 130mm with my own fin designs. Easy upwind, awesome carving. Switch Nitro 10m V7, Naish 5.3m Wing. Now focussing on Wingsurfing to rise to a new challenge. Building my own foils from my CAD design and 3D prints, built a CNC machine last year and now cutting designs with CNC as well as 3D printing.
Up to 3 DIY foil designs built and getting the hang of wingsurf foiling as we switch into 2021.
Location: Porirua New Zealand
Has thanked: 35 times
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Re: Little wingding at Sunset

Postby fluidity » Tue Mar 30, 2021 8:46 am

Topaz wrote:
Mon Mar 29, 2021 2:23 pm
fluidity wrote:
Mon Mar 29, 2021 6:41 am
:D I like the bit keeping it real between 43 and 45 seconds
LOL +1
Real thing is probably 99% of that and 1% of perfect riding on smooth super flat or perfect swell water. Very much appealing anyways.
I reckon I'm not improving if I'm not taking risks. :D Lots of falling moments trying to improve my downwind and my carving! Still trying to pull off a foiling gybe, it's getting closer!


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