“Its acceleration is creamy smooth. Simply stand up over the board and let the foil do the work. It breathes confidence and oozes the essence of freeride foiling, being both eminently accessible and enjoyable.
Fitting the SuperCruiser into various boards and setups, the ability to alter the angle of the tail wing and therefore the longitudinal pitch of the board is a real bonus, tweaking and fine-tuning the setup so that it is easy to establish the right balance.
Cruising at a respectable speed it is directionally very stable and predictable, providing plenty of reaching comfort for covering distances effortlessly.”
The SuperCruiser uses the sleeve system for making it easy to slide the wing on and off. The front wing slides over the fuselage and locks in place via four countersunk M6 Torx bolts. The threads are anodized and reinforced with stainless steel helicoils for strength and corrosion resistance.
Will this fuselage work with other starboard wings and masts?
The SuperCruiser’s fuselage is compatible with all masts from Starboard Foils and all tail wings from the Wing and Wave collection. The only front wing technically compatible with the SuperCruiser is the Wave 1700 for SuperCruiser. See the Custom Shop section below for exceptions. Wings that use the saddle system are not compatible.
QUICK LOCK HD
The front wing slides over the fuselage and locks in place with a quick half-turn of the pressure bolt. The new HD upgrade has an extra hole for a second bolt that gives additional security for heavy duty use.
Will this front wing work with other fuselages?
Quick Lock HD front wings fit both Quick Lock HD fuselages and Quick Lock fuselages. They won’t work with Wind Foil fuselages that use the saddle system.
TAIL WING FITTING SYSTEM
The tail wing sits on an adjustable rocker saddle. Set the tail wing to your desired angle then tighten the two bolts to lock it in.
MORE LIFT, NEUTRAL OR MORE SPEED?
TRIMMING YOUR TAIL WING
As a rule of thumb, more angle gives more lift; less angle gives more speed.
The ideal trim angle is the one that lets you ride with weight distributed equally between your front and back legs.
Once you’ve trimmed the tail wing angle to your liking, simply tighten the two bolts.