WTB: 3.7m Sailworks Revo

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WTB: 3.7m Sailworks Revo

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Looking for a Sailworks Revo 3.7m for foiling?

Lemme know what you have.

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Re: WTB: 3.7m Sailworks Revo

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I have a 3.7 Naish that rigs similarly. Yours for a 6 pack.
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Hey thanks for that offer! I got a similar offer from BigD for a 3.7m Naish as well.

Really trying to snag a 3.7m Sailworks...I did a project long-time ago with Bruce P and try to sail on Sailworks sails.
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Re: WTB: 3.7m Sailworks Revo

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Rene,
I have a 3.5 Revo... 2003. Hardly used it until windfoiling in RB. I think you might want a newer model.
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have you asked Bruce P directly to see if he has a Flyer demo or prototype? Foiling sails you really want a combo of low end grunt to get going and then depower, and I think most of the wave sailing or Gorge small hi wind sails are tuned for much higher winds than you'd use them for foiling.
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Interesting. I had a 4.2 Revo which was my 'go to' sail in high winds.
I will be getting a similar 3.7m or smaller sail for anything 25kts + as the cam'd sails don't depower enough in high winds. who thought I'd ever be using a 3m sail..??
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Are the flyers cammed Bobson? That would change my thinking for high wind for sure
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Flyers are twin cam. Personally I'd want a 3 or 4 batten sail for high wind then plan to rig super small.
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Re: WTB: 3.7m Sailworks Revo

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Hi all,

Got a 3.7m Revo sail direct from Sailworks.

I'm sticking with "camless" wave sails for ws foiling as I'm not into back/forth foiling.....got a new 2022 Airbolt Carbon board and MFC Helios foil coming (thx Jesse!)...the Airbolt's position of footstraps, mastrack and fin boxes all close together means it it feels more like riding a waveboard.

Keith Teboul: “The Airbolt marks a new direction in wind foiling, bringing the feeling of rail-to-rail riding and high wind bump & jump to those ‘average’ days where the conditions at your local spot are marginal. Designed around the MFC Helios foil range and no-cam freeride, freestyle, and wave sails. With the rider back foot positioned directly on the foil, and with mast box placed further back than other foil boards in the market, the Airbolt delivers the industry’s most direct feeling from the sail to the foil. The Airbolt brings it all together, from early and easy take-off with maximum acceleration to rail-to-rail carving, gliding, and pumping, requiring minimum sail/wing or paddle pressure. We learned that foiling is extremely easy and more fun, when the playing field is balanced. You can start flying on the Airbolt on as little as 8 knots, having the same up-wind angle as if you were on a giant formula board but faster, and with way less effort and a much smaller sail, and going down-wind, you can surf the chop, with the same sensation as if you were on a wave. The mistake I usually see people making at first is over-sizing their rig. The bigger your foil is, the smaller sail you will be needing. For example, if you are using a 1400 front wing, you can easily put 2 square meters smaller sail than sailing on the fin.

Check it out here...

https://goyawindsurfing.com/boards/y202 ... lt-carbon/

https://youtu.be/Of5jO3lMbAU

Here's the 2019 used 3.7m Revo:
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Re: WTB: 3.7m Sailworks Revo

Post by Bobson »

Looks pretty Saweeet KC-Renegade!
Not many 'Bright Red' sails out there anymore, you'll be easy to spot.
I'm going with the bright colours as well.
Looking foward to hopefully seeing you in June.
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Re: WTB: 3.7m Sailworks Revo

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We have a 3.8 Revo. Asking $50.
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Re: WTB: 3.7m Sailworks Revo

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We have a 3.8 revo if you are interested.
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