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Foil SUP / Dock Starting an 8-0 Sup
« on: October 31, 2022, 12:26:19 AM »
Dock start on my DC 8-0 x 21 x 120 litre Harpoon & Axis 1300 PNG . Took a few attempts but finally nailed it .

Prone Foiling, Surf foiling, Pump Foiling / Tow foil wave sharing
« on: February 02, 2022, 05:30:00 AM »
My latest video please subscribe to my Youtube channel to keep up to date with all my foiling genre's

Prone Foiling, Surf foiling, Pump Foiling / Tow foiling at my local
« on: January 24, 2022, 09:50:37 PM »
Some great fun in a very rare swell Snapper/Kirra Australia.

Just playing around in the waves over the Christmas break at my local.

Prone Foiling, Surf foiling, Pump Foiling / Wake run on the Kujira 980
« on: March 26, 2021, 02:34:25 AM »
We came in today from towing offshore into the Broadwater and picked a nice run behind a boat about 10 waves back. Amazing glide from the Kujira 980 with KD 13" tail .

Foil SUP / Takuma LOL v KUJIRA
« on: December 15, 2020, 08:17:23 PM »
Just picked up my new Kujira wings , so different from the LOL's . Don't get caught up in the numbers and think they are too small the 980 has just as much lift as the 1300 , haven't tried the others yet. 

Great conditions on the weekend. Put my Garmin 360 cam on my boom , I'm using a 5m & new Axis Black fuse & 980 wing , Mario is using a DT 7m & Takuma 1300 , Beau the guy dragging the wing is a4m Ozone and he is on a Takuma 1600.

Foil SUP / Attempting to cross the Cook Strait by foil bike
« on: October 11, 2020, 05:19:08 PM »
Well this will be interesting:-

A Waikato company will attempt to use pedal power to cross Cook Strait.Manta5 launched the first hydrofoil back in 2017 and now they want to see the e-water bike become an endurance bike.It's been previously described very much like a plane with the propellers on the front of the wing.It also employs two carbon fibre hydrofoils similar in appearance and purpose to aerofoils used by airplanes, a similar technology that went into Team New Zealand's America's Cup yacht.

Foil SUP / Waydoo Flyer One efoil
« on: August 02, 2020, 10:39:52 PM »
Sorry if in wrong spot couldn't find the video thread , my last run on the Waydoo trying out their new big explorer wing , pretty fun easy rig to ride.

Foil SUP / Neil Pryde is back
« on: July 22, 2020, 05:08:54 AM »
Christmas in July just got the new complete set of Neil Pryde Slim HP proto wings today. Haven't tested yet but look really good. Just a bit of green screen fun on unboxing .

12.5 mile downwind session on the new DT 5M Echo & Fanatic 1750 HA foil . Some amazing wingding one-handed filming by Guy from at Surffx , great ad for the Boom. I'm riding the 6-3 x 106 L Sky Sup , I'm 195 pounds.

Foil SUP / Takuma eFoil review
« on: January 29, 2020, 07:28:55 PM »
Put together a review for the Takume eFoil distributors in Aus

Foil SUP / Fanatic 6-4 v 6-3 review
« on: December 22, 2019, 03:12:17 AM »
Put this together today on the two boards , huge change in just one year.

Foil SUP / Foiling Fiji Video
« on: April 11, 2019, 01:48:05 PM »
Finally put together a video of my Epic Fiji foiling trip 6 weeks ago . Some incredible drone vision shot by Chris Percy. Impossible to get the whole trip in so just featured a few shots from my favorite places. Looks so shallow but I never hit once foiling only paddling back out and for the first time ever never got a reef cut on a surf trip. I was riding my NP front and rear on my Sup & Med front and small rear on my prone.

Kick back , relax and dream of foiling this place is foil heaven. Best watched on a bigger screen to appreciate the magnificent colors. Keep an eye out at the end for when I foil under the tower at Cloudbreak

Foil SUP / Adjusting your rear wing
« on: January 20, 2019, 03:42:30 PM »
Just thought I would share as it really is amazing the difference one washer can make. Won't apply to GF users but will for a few other brands. I recently blew the boxes on a prone board and picked up another which had the boxes just a couple of inches further forward. I just couldn't get the mast back far enough and I was getting launched on the take offs . So I came in and put one washer in the front screw on the rear wing (down tilted ). It was amazing what one tiny washer could make. It basically gave less lift letting me snap to my feet easier and it also had more down force like a rear wing on a race car putting more traction on the rear tyres. So it felt heaps better turning with way more grip. This would also be handy for those sucky days on your Sup.

On the other side of the coin if your foil is slow or hard to rise put a washer in the back screw to "GIve More Lift" (up tilted)  check it out in the pic below.

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