New product Taaroa
The new foil Sword RS from Taaroa has been designed for performance. Front wing and fuselage are monobloc .
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Taaroa returns with the new 100% performance foil: The Sword RS.
The fuselage and the front wing are made of a single piece of high modulus carbon, fuselage is attaching to the mast with 2 screws. The stabilizer is removable in order to be able to evolve the foil according to the riders and the conditions.
The stabilizer is machined in G10 in order to have the best precision, in fact the carbon molding remains less precise than the machining.
The front wing, now has a slight dihedron (unlike the sword 2) in order to decrease the yaw. The front wing is 63 cm wider with less string to have the maximum power and minimum drag. The front wing is therefore integrated into the fuselage in order to maximize the power of the wing.
The stabilizer has a new profile even more power than the sword 2 in order to gain stability while decreasing the drag. We have also removed the driftage on which was fixed the stabilizer always to reduce the drag.
The Sword RS mast now measures 110 cm against 100 cm for the sword 2, this length makes the foil more comfortable in race because it passes more easily the swell. We use a new mast profile that generates less lift and therefore less nervousness. The new layout of the Sword RS makes the foil stiffer (20% extra stiffness) while being finer.
The Sword RS is of course a foil ultra performance but also very comfortable for the freeride, we propose besides different size of mast so that the riders can choose their foil according to their program.
The 110 cm mast is clearly intended for the race, this length favors the passage of swell as well as an angle of attack optimal for the upwind navigation.
For freeride use we propose a 100 cm mast which will facilitate the maneuvers and make the foil more easier. You will understand that the 110 cm mast is really for race people.
The new foil Sword RS from Taaroa has...