Hi Team, do please rdm tecnolimits (400 and 430) masts works on elite and Zeta sails? many thanks from germany
from the research I’ve done, it looks like the technolimitz masts are pretty close to our suggested mast bends. I do not know if they use the “mix and match” philosophy like we suggest. If they do not suggest it, then I might suggest you go with the Zeta. The 5 batten Zeta will set up better on a mast that is longer than recommended than the Elite. The Elite is only 4 battens, and is more sensitive to having the right mast configuration. Many of our Elite sizes suggest using different length top and bottoms together for ideal performance.
Hi, are there any plans to release bigger sizes of the taka? Thanks, Marc
no, not at this time
Hi there, I recently bought the Ezzy downhaul pulley, and am very impressed with it’s build quality. The problem I have is that it won’t fit through the downhaul ring on my (older) 5.8 SE Wave sail. There’s not enough room between the pulley and the pin? Am I doing something wrong?
thank you for the message Jules. I’m afraid our removable pulley was designed to work on 2007 sails or newer. Perhaps you could snap a picture of your sail and the pulley region of the sail so we can confirm the situation to [email protected]
let me know,
Hi, fellow windsurfers! Here a happy always-learning sailor owning only a Lion-3 7.5 sail. During the last months I’ve been riding my plain-old BIC Techno board with that sail and learned a lot! I think my next step will be to buy a smaller modern sail for those days when my skills don’t allow me to enjoy the Lion-3 7.5 yet. The spot where I usually sail has fluky conditions, either with light or strong winds, thus I think I must stick with cammed sails. The question is: which is the smallest Ezzy cammed sail? Lion-3 6.0? Please, why such a variety of not-cammed sails and only one model with cams? Thanks!
nice to hear from you Ricardo. Our smallest cambered sail is the 6.0 Lion.
We have developed a seam shaping technique that gives all of our sails the pull and stability of a cambered sail in many ways. I encourage you to check out our Zeta/SE/Tiger series from years past for a powerful and stable feeling sail that resembles cambered sailing experiences.
I’ll do that! But, please, SE series? I easily find Zeta and Tiger, but SE? Thanks!
SE is an old model, built on the same principals as the Tiger and Zeta (5 battens)
Thanks! My fault, sorry! SE obviously stands for Special Edition: those for sure great sails built in 2001 and 2008. I’ll pay attention to any opportunity of enjoying any of these models! Cheers!