RAPPEL

Windfoil Stabilizer

Winning duo combining with the new range of front foils.

$249.00

Made in
France

2 years warranty

Free return within 14 days

Product details

Product advantages

  • Optimised glide
  • 240 for light wind / 200 for slalom/race
  • Designed for all 2022 front fenders and compatible with previous years models
  • Made In France

Which stabilizer to choose?

The 240 stabiliser is a homogeneous stabiliser allowing to sail in all conditions, from light to strong wind. With inertia and power, it will allow to cross all the wind gusts and lulls.

The 200 stabiliser allows you to optimise your performance to gain more glide and speed. It is oriented for slalom and race practice.

Both stabilisers are compatible with all front fenders – whether they are the 2022 series or the S and R series from previous years.

Shape

New stabiliser with high performance profile – Higher aspect ratio resulting in more glide and good stability at high speeds.

What combo?

<65kg 65-75kg 75-85kg 85-95kg >95kg
10-20 nodes Stabilizer 200 Stabilizer 200 Stabilizer 240 Stabilizer 240 Stabilizer 240
>20 knots Stabilizer 200 Stabilizer 200 Stabilizer 200 Stabilizer 200 Stabilizer 200

Stabilizer features

200 240
Span 420 mm 550 mm
Surface 200 cm2 240 cm2
Aspect Ratio 8.8 12.6
Screw size 16 & 20 mm 20 mm
Front wing 900/700/570/370 900/700/570/370

Construction

Made of pre-preg carbon in France, the foil is rigid and light. With pre-preg fabrics, the carbon fiber is directly impregnated with epoxy resin during its manufacture. This guarantees a perfect ratio of epoxy and carbon, and represents the best quality process. Laser-cut, then assembled in a stack, the carbon fibers are then positioned in a mould that is mounted at high temperature, providing strength and durability. From the machining of the molds to the shipment, everything is managed in our company in France allowing to have a quality process and a guaranteed finish.

What is included?

The stabiliser is sold with its cover and its screw kit for fixing on the fuselage.

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