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Takuma Kujira 1440 Foil Wing Set

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  • Takuma Kujira 1440 Foil Wing Set
  • Takuma Kujira 1440 Foil Wing Set - Front Wing Top
  • Takuma Kujira 1440 Foil Wing Set - Front Wing Bottom
  • Takuma Kujira 1440 Foil Wing Set - Front Wing
$1,099.00
 

Description

Takuma Kujira 1440 Foil Wing Set

Takuma 1440 Specifications

Includes: 1440 Front Wing / 220 Back Wing / Screw set / Travel case

What Takuma has to say about the Kujira 1440 Front Wing

This Kujira 1440 front wing is the ultimate choice for riders in search of non stop glide, an absolute downwind machine. This front wing generates unparalleled power for a 1440cm2 surface allowing the rider a super early, smooth and easy take-off immediately followed by extraordinary acceleration that is so necessary in downwind.

Specifications

  • Front Wing  

    - Wing Span : 1085mm 

    - Chord : 170mm 

    - Project area : 1440 cm2

  • Back Wing 

    - Wing Span : 390 mm 

    - Chord : 68 mm

    - Project area : 220 cm2

Features

  • High aspect wing performance.
  • New tubercle design inspired by the humpback whales’ pectoral fin.
  • LOL designed downturned winglets for more drive and control at speed.
  • Astonishingly smooth low speed lift and acceleration on take-off.
  • Tremendous acceleration capabilities.
  • Epic glide and high top speed 
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1 Review

  • 5
    Nice wing

    Posted by Daniel Nicholson on 18th Mar 2021

    Well, pulling it out of the carrying case, I was not really that impressed. But once on the water—WOW! I’ve been kite foiling for several years and wing foiling for about seven months. This foil works great in bad water. Absent pointing it straight up, it won’t cavitate, not even with six inches of the wing sticking out on a turn. The gliding and pumping are amazing. I now own the 1440, 1210, and 980. Even the 980 pumps surprisingly well. It’s also fun with a kite, and jumps pretty well, for a big wing. For typical lake winging, the 1210 is my favorite on my 4’8” 55L Fanatic board. Of course, the 1440 gets up sooner and glides longer in the lighter winds. The top end on all of these wings is great. They never feel out of control or do any weird pitching when riding overpowered. Of course, given the wingspan and the fuselage length, they aren’t snappy turners, but they deliver when driving a hard carve. While the bumps appear like some kind of sales gimmick, they must do something because this foil is amazing.

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