Did not come with pump, but I think on their site they're about $50. I picked up one from the shop. The whole kit including pump and also my store discount came out to $894.50. Yes got the 4.2m. Not sure about the minimum wind speeds I can get up in but the site says wind ranges for this size is 15-30kntsNo worries topmick. He also kites, but I don't think he foil kites that I've seen on his instagram anyway.
Hey Kuno, did the Fone swing come with the pump? How much was the kit? Looks like the 4.2m. Let me know the wind speeds you can get up in and what board. I'm assuming your old SUP foil board.
Yes, on my M200. Primarily low end lift. Wanna get up on foil asap, after that things get alot easier. Also my SUP would be tough to stay up on a smaller wing, I've tried surfing on my Iwa and wasn't enough lift to make it worth it.Laird and some other rich guys have e-foils in Malibu. They are 12k. They are heavy. The batteries last an hour and a half. You're always on the throttle, even in waves. They fly nose up that I've seen. It looks fun to carve on. You don't "ride" waves in the same way as a light prone foil board though. Laird only uses his when it's flat to fly around. If there are waves he's on his SUP foil.
Back on topic. You're using a Maliko 200 for this? Do you think it would work for a smaller wing like the Naish L. Or the Lift 200? The lift foils sort of confuse me because they're smaller than everything else, but seem to work just as well? Maybe the bigger tail helps offset the smaller front wings?
It's kinda funny, everone was pushing to ride smaller foilboards, now we're going backwards and looking for more volume again with the kite. I've been scouring CL for people dumping their 6' to 7' SUPs and there's deals out there. Gonna pounce soon.So close to getting one of these, but I have to build a board for it first...