AK Plasma Foil Series

£1,145.00

Plasma
AK Rear Stabilisers
AK Masts
Alloy Mast Plate
AK Fuselage

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Description

AK Plasma Foil Series

Front Wing Choices

The Plasma is a highly efficient wing, as such, once it’s up it’s very easy to maintain glide so sizes are smaller.
– 1600 – heavy riders and lighter winds
– 1300 – the biggest all round range – a magic pumping size for sustained unpowered flight, yet huge powered top speed and low stall speed for manoeuvres.
– 1000 – a magic size for powered faster riding and lighter rider weights.

Rear Stabiliser Choices

– 340 Moustache – The easiest and most popular rear stab. Best with the medium and larger front wings giving the most stable pitch and yaw control.
– 300 Moustache – Easy handling characteristics for smaller front wings.
– 260 Moustache – For the smallest wings and lightest riders
– 300 Arc Down – More efficient stabiliser for medium to small front wings that allows more yaw slip, works well with the Plasma.
– 260 Arc Down – Same as above for the smallest plasma and lightest riders.
Please note that the AK foils have a sliding adjustable mount on the stab so you can alter the power of the stabiliser and balance the foil according to your exact foot weighting preference.

Fuselage Choice

– 71cm Fuselage – by far the most popular and not a long fuselage in the grand scheme of things. Manoeuvrable with good pitch control, it’s the allrounder.
– 61cm Fusealge – shot and agile for expert use. The fastest carving and most reactive of the two fuselages, but makes pitch stability highly reactive and a handful for all but experts.

Mast Length

– Aluminium 60/70/80/95cm. All alloy masts need an alloy mast plate to mount to the board.
– Carbon 80,90,105 – no mast plate needed, all 0 degree.

Alloy plate angle

The AK alloy masts use an alloy plate with two different angles; – 0 degree which is the standard mounting angle – 1.5 degree, which will raise the nose of the board by 1.5 degrees for high speeds, steep waves at the expense of non foiling efficiency.

Brand

AK

AK durable supply co