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Classifieds / Re: Go Foil Mast and M, GL wings
« on: December 04, 2020, 08:55:07 AM »
Hey All,

had some logistical issues with my new foil set up so gonna need this set up for a while longer, will advise when available again and will be willing to part out

Classifieds / Go Foil Mast and M, GL wings
« on: November 22, 2020, 07:20:11 PM »
Hey there,
got some nice Go Foil gear for sale:

Maliko 200 front wing brand new never used w cover
GL 180 very light use no dings or scratches, w cover
GL 140 same condition w cover
9.5" pedestal w 18" flat wing tail, one small surface scratch on top of tail shown in pic, w cover
36.5" carbon plate mast, pristine no dings or scratches like new , all mounting hardware includes carbon flare washers , extra foil screws , and the screwdriver. This is a great foil set up for winging or SUP and the longer mast keeps you flying high without breaching!

I would prefer to sell as package-All for $2,000. OR Pick one wing w mast, hardware and tail for $1,200, individual wings at $550 each

Classifieds / Go Foil Iwa package
« on: August 13, 2020, 11:38:02 AM »
almost brand new set up been on water 3 times...

Go Foil v1.5 32.5" mast w padded cover
GF Iwa front wing w padded cover
GF Kai rear tail w padded cover
no scratches or dings , primo condition

all screws and mounting bolts

$1,150 takes entire set up, works great for surf or winging I am moving to a different brand

Classifieds / Re: Fanatic Sky Wing 5'4"
« on: August 11, 2020, 08:02:32 AM »
Hi Bill, I will take that board off your hands, friend of mine is in the Gorge and can pick up
Esteban 7077381813

SUP General / Re: Video: SUPing the Sea Caves at Santa Cruz Island
« on: August 02, 2014, 10:36:03 AM »

Wow, thanks!  You are right about all the other details.  The transport boat we use will not carry SUP's, in fact, I don't think anyone will.  Since the Nalu is a kayak, made by a kayak company, they didn't say a word.  A Nalu, or similar, is what someone would have to use to SUP the island unless they had a private boat.

SUP discrimination???? why won't they carry something thats arguably easier to carry to to size/weight? is there some other reason?

SUP General / Re: What does your SUP carrying vehicle look like...?
« on: August 02, 2014, 09:45:50 AM »
Flip the board over and you might reduce the noise, that thing is catching some serious air while driving, prolly get better mileage also.

YEP, knew I would get that comment and realized it is not the best for aerodynamics, it was just a fairly short non highway drive and the hollow F-16 sat on the racks better that way than flipped over….

PB get your point about dings/saltwater, covered the seats with Wet Okole covers and taking normal precautions but after all the car has got to be used, right?

SUP General / Re: What does your SUP carrying vehicle look like...?
« on: August 02, 2014, 08:12:41 AM »
Hey guys, thought I'd throw this up ….the Tesla takes a rack just fine as noted w/ the pano roof version I used a whispBar rack to keep the nice aero concept going but even that one makes more wind noise than the rest of car combined

BTW thats a very cool airstream toy hauler!

Gear Talk / Re: Morelli & Melvin Boardworks 14 Thoughts
« on: June 04, 2012, 10:03:10 PM »
On durability- ended up w 2 top top rail dings after race no idea where they came from , small and no big deal to fix but bothersome nevertheless and indicative of fragile construction at least in that spot , think it must have been from my paddle hitting top half round rail at edge of deck but I don't recall falling hard on the paddle ...?! Heat of the moment?

As for shape and speed I am not sure yet, I think a slightly flatt bottom shape would be better haven't paddled the Bark 14 but a friend has one so will soon...the Fanatic 14 also is supposed to be quite good
I was hoping for more stability if there was more bump I wold have had a harder time, wouldn't want to use it for bigger swells or open ocean conditions , I think it's a great fast board for smoother water conditions at least for my weight and ability

Gear Talk / Re: Morelli & Melvin Boardworks 14 Thoughts
« on: June 04, 2012, 06:48:03 PM »
I have one that I just got and raced in the recreational 4 mile race at the Hobie / Hennessey race at Doheny beach this last Saturday ...felt fast but a little tippy I think due to the rounded bottom shape. I was leading into second buoy where I fell ,  got passed and stayed in second for remainder of race . Therea
Was some bump and chop out on the course but wind was only maybe 5-8 mph. Fell in one more time . I weigh 190 and have a fair amount of time on SUPs and have done maybe 10 races, normally on stock boards. My GPS track has an average of 11.46 min/mileWhich compares to another race I did on stock of about the same distance averaging 12.18 on a fanatic 12'6" x 30" carbon fly, so maybe a little faster but definitely more tippy feeling I want to do some GPS tracks against a Bark, have a feeling Bark would be faster as well....
Just my two cents!

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