You might find the rotating straps useful on the twintip foil as they tend to shift your weight toward whichever is the back end of the board due to the heels moving by about 6".
Good One --ronnie--
and there's Nothing written, that says the pivot has to be in the Center
of the rotating strap ; might get an extra inch or two out of that , with some
experimentation . I'll make a plate so i can change the strap position relative
to pivot position for my TT .
The directions that --Hawaiis-- gave me , will work just fine for this experiment .
I'll try it on my 145 Underground and see how it goes ! If it doesn't work with the
off-set plate, i can get rid of it and go with the stock arrangement --Hawaiis-- mentioned.
I already bin told that i Need this , and more options is better !!!
after you have learned how to stay in the air for some time (balance pitch, bitch!) try to take control over the roll axis by using the yaw axis. it is a bit like on a bike. yaw to the right and you will start leaning to the left. yaw to the left to balance and more to the left to get back to upright. yaw control is quite easy since your feet have a good lever for that.
And what you just mentioned, is exactly why i don't think i'll ever be able to
ride a stock hydrofoil , with my fake-legs ; i'll need a bit of mechanical
help , but definitely think it's Do-able or i wouldn't even Try !!
Ya see why i'm so interested in that rotating strap now ?