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100km of foiling unassisted downwind run for charity

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Created by JEG 7 months ago, 10 Feb 2020
JEG
VIC, 1469 posts
10 Feb 2020 2:09PM
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Well done to @marcus_tardrew and @james__casey for the great effort, onya gents !
The video is nice to watch if you got the time and maybe learn some dw foil skill.
I have never done a dw foil and would like to do it someday.

Piros
QLD, 5983 posts
10 Feb 2020 2:23PM
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Yeah that was a huge effort by the boys ...

kobo
NSW, 366 posts
10 Feb 2020 6:01PM
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What setups were they using ?

colas
3959 posts
10 Feb 2020 3:17PM
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The only info I have found is gramho.com/media/2240397109518368521
Do you have links for more?

Impressive...

AndyShwartz
WA, 115 posts
10 Feb 2020 6:35PM
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colas said..
The only info I have found is gramho.com/media/2240397109518368521
Do you have links for more?

Impressive...


Get on Instagram with the kids

Supnorte
223 posts
10 Feb 2020 6:50PM
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Massive! Congrats!

Clamsmasha
WA, 188 posts
10 Feb 2020 8:21PM
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kobo said..
What setups were they using ?


Both on Sunova/Casey Aviators. 6'0" x 24" x 79lts. Custom.

Casey on GF proto.

Marcus on modified Axis 1000, 75cm carbon mast. Stab: 460 cut to 400.

JEG
VIC, 1469 posts
11 Feb 2020 9:27AM
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anyone notice james mast and it looks thin and or tapered than the existing GF 28.5 mast. I saw amundsoncustoms are using it as well and theirs is like thin and even longer mast? My perception maybe

hilly
WA, 5579 posts
11 Feb 2020 7:46AM
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kobo said..
What setups were they using ?


Not sure what they ride has any connection to the average punter

To start with Marcus would be 60kg wet, super skilled and very fit with years of dw experience. Pretty sure my 100+ kegs would sink what he rides. Or maybe one for each foot??

Well done to both of them on an epic adventure

RichJam
WA, 29 posts
22 Feb 2020 10:37AM
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People like to know Hilly.
yah I think the new go foil mast is 31 or 32' plate. Not sure if it is the super stiff mast like the 29.5' or the thinner 28.5'. Time will tell.
GF have some amazing stuff in the pipe.

Piros
QLD, 5983 posts
22 Feb 2020 5:49PM
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hilly said..

kobo said..
What setups were they using ?



Not sure what they ride has any connection to the average punter

To start with Marcus would be 60kg wet, super skilled and very fit with years of dw experience. Pretty sure my 100+ kegs would sink what he rides. Or maybe one for each foot??

Well done to both of them on an epic adventure


James Casey weighs 85kg so he is no light weight .

Thatspec
WA, 36 posts
25 Feb 2020 8:13AM
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RichJam said..
People like to know Hilly.
yah I think the new go foil mast is 31 or 32' plate. Not sure if it is the super stiff mast like the 29.5' or the thinner 28.5'. Time will tell.
GF have some amazing stuff in the pipe.


Maybe in 2025 they will update their website

JEG
VIC, 1469 posts
25 Feb 2020 11:31AM
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Thatspec said..

RichJam said..
People like to know Hilly.
yah I think the new go foil mast is 31 or 32' plate. Not sure if it is the super stiff mast like the 29.5' or the thinner 28.5'. Time will tell.
GF have some amazing stuff in the pipe.



Maybe in 2025 they will update their website


their too busy foiling I think and by 2025 there will be more shiny, faster and turny foils



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