Finally, have been thinking about this for so long, and found a good board around 120 liters and wide, put the Ketos carbon KFBox into it.
Using a Kitefoil for windfoiling MUST be better, as it is balanced and you dont get these crazy forces on the Tuttle box like when you have a forward swept mast and wings to get the trim right, like on "classic" windfoils that fit in existing boards, so tried it now.
Used the bigger Ketos wing around 800 cm2, and a couple of days ago out for the very first time doing small flights in this half hour before sunset (actually only on the board 5 mins).
The next day, I could fly for short "almost controllable" distances ha haa - great.
You can not use much from kitefoiling, as it is like there is a 4th maybe even 5th dimension, as you are not centered over the mast/strut like you are used to - so it takes some time to get your muscle memory set, but it seems the learning curve is even faster than everything else.
Could also be because I havent windsurfed since 15 years
But my sails and everything worked right out of the attic.
Having kitefoiled, pitch is easy and also very stable because of the mastfoot that stabilises.
I got some crazy wipeouts where foil tilts leeways and I get forward/leeward catapulted ha haa, just a part of learning apparently
Looks like this, and great to be able to just move your normal kitefoil over to the "windfoil"
In the harness it stabilises even more, although I concentrate like a maniac
The sun has set, but an amazing experience, and tough like nothing else for your body.
It seems the windfoils are made stronger than our kitefoils, so would still make sense, but loved "doing" it like above