Electric Surf Board

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Re: Electric Surf Board

Postby Just2807 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 7:51 pm

U need certain amount of speed to be foiling and when u reach it, u can foil no problem. Till then, its regular surfboard. And while foiling, u need i would say half the power :)
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Re: Electric Surf Board

Postby dirkdiggler » Thu Feb 16, 2017 12:22 pm

I mean, hard to get up on based upon the size of the board. You don't have enough size (buoyancy) to float on it prone and then stand when up to speed like you would on a longboard. Looks like you would need to hold onto something while standing and then hit the throttle. Radinn had a board with full boots that must have worked a similar way. Maybe the guy just gets up like you would on a shortboard? That board looks to be around 4' or so. I'll try and do a popup on my wakesurf board this summer and see if its possible for me. Keep hoping to find some more info on this foilboard and the one from Don Montague. Likely the two are the same board though.
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Re: Electric Surf Board

Postby willau » Thu Mar 23, 2017 5:45 am

Hi guys has anyone got an electrical diagram / plan with all the components required to build the propulsion system for an E board?

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