Complete high end windfoil setup

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Complete high end windfoil setup

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>> Hoping to sell both together for $2000 <<

1) 2019 Starboard Foil 111 Flax Balsa $1400
Great shape, just some light scratches.
msrp $2999
https://www.windspirit.ca/shop/foil/foi ... oil-board/
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2) Starboard GT 800 front/330 tail/75 cm fuselage/75 cm alum mast $750
with 95cm fuselage
with brand new 85cm alum mast
with foil bag
Great shape (75 cm mast a bit worn)
msrp $1499 for GT alone, over $2k with 95 fuselage and 85 cm mast

https://www.windspirit.ca/shop/foil/foi ... -alu-2019/

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Price drop to $2k on this high end windfoil kit. Some interest in the foil only, but hoping to sell as a package.
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Price drop: $1900
Killer deal for a complete high end Windfoil setup.

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super killer deal. Too bad just a bit too small for likely what I’ll be needing. Surprised this hasn’t been scooped yet at that price.

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You will be surprised how stable this board will feel with the foil. If you really think it will be too small, then check out KC7777 140 l Fanatic Blast.

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Ya, I need buoyancy and bigger foil as I will be using a Duotone Wing as well. May eventually want something smaller like this for speed though, but will start big and slow.
Some of my boards might be a good “first board” for foiling so my thread was really about the “perfect board”. Once I’m beyond the first board, I may want to drop $$s and invest in that “perfect board” for the long haul.

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tempy wrote:You will be surprised how stable this board will feel with the foil. If you really think it will be too small, then check out KC7777 140 l Fanatic Blast.
My 145L Blast is sold.

Maybe I buy this set up and sell the foil stuff separately as I have the AFS carbon tuttle foil?

I'm saving $2k/month just on no Starbucks!

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You won’t regret it.

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KC7777 wrote:I'm saving $2k/month just on no Starbucks!
That’s a great name! She is social distancing I guess?.. :idea:
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KUS wrote:
KC7777 wrote:I'm saving $2k/month just on no Starbucks!
That’s a great name! She is social distancing I guess?.. :idea:
?? whaddya mean Kus?

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