MFC Hydros - FW1075 Pack
The FW1075 front wing generates gradual lift while maintaining ease of control in bigger, more critical waves. When it reaches top speed, it allows for continuous turns with minimal effort, while maintaining glide. The HYDROS is a very fast hydrofoil. Designed for surfers under 180lb, the HYDROS is built in Carbon/PCS/Epoxy Technology and weights 2,78kg.
- Premium Travel Bag
- Fuselage 63
HYDROS FW 1075 PACK | PARTS:
MAST C70: The profile allows control, speed and no drag at all. Not much lift is generated by the mast itself, everything is concentrated on the wings. Our technology allowed the mast to reach maximum stiness and no torsion for speed, control, carving. The attachment to the board is a full Carbon/Epoxy molded plate with plate recess of 2mm to allow the mast to fit in perfectly. RTM Technology built with Carbon/Epoxy G33 Bio Resin. Length of 70cm. — Weight || 1.20Kg
FUSELAGE: Built in the same Carbon/Epoxy technology; FW and Mast attachment are conic to allow a perfect and precise fitting. It comes in a length of 63cm. —Weight || 500gr
FRONT WING | FW 1075: Our Front Wing generates a lot of gradual lift and they are very easy to control. Built with our Mold Technology with Carbon Twill, PVC core and G33 Bio Resin, it is one of the most advanced wings on the market. It reaches an excellent top speed allowing continuous turns with not much effort, keeping gliding. It’s V shapes allows easier turns keeping speed and gliding with low effort. Built in Carbon/PCS/Epoxy technology, and designed with one of the thinnest profiles. For surfers up to 180lb. — Weight: 1.10kg | Wingspan 65.3cm
BACK WING | BW 225: Built in Full Carbon — Weight || 180gr
SHIMS: Hydros is delivered with three shims, Zero, One.Five & Two.Five. Shims are needed to adjust and control the Angle Of Attack (AOA) of the back wing. Shims help dictate the amount of lift we will achieve from the back wing. The bigger the AOA the most Lift we will have, the smaller the AOA the most speed you will achieve. These should be chosen in relation to the size of the front wing that is being used.