First, you can try this method... at least for the pictures.jaros wrote:...To put a foil shape in the whole wing would not be very easy to do.
Once again I am just trying to save you from hurting yourself and wasting time.jaros wrote:Hi,
Like I promised, here is a short report.
I have been in the water with my foil for 2 sessions, cca 1 hour each, than too tired.
Sorry ,but of course you are tired trying to drag your t bar and wings thru the water.
The drag felt from the foil in the water was huge compared to when i am rideing the board with normal race fins. I do not know if that is the case with all foils or just with mine (not very hydrodinamic shape).
Once again your t bar and wings are simply not hydrodynamic enough, period!
A normal foil will add a little drag which is normal but not at all like yours.
There were a few times when I got some speed, just before a crash, that I felt like the board is lifting from a water for a few cm, but then I fell... But I can not imagine foiling this thing anytime soon, it is just too dificult...
Please do not waste anymore time as I already told you, much more important to not hurt yourself and so much worse with 2 straps!!!
Is the foil worth upgrading
- don`t know! Should I make another project, this time not so cheap and not so fast - probably!
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