Which propulsion system is right for you?

Which propulsion system is right for you?

 
E-foiling is a fun and exhilarating experience that can be enjoyed by riders of all skill levels. One of the key factors that affect the performance and manoeuvrability of an e-foil is the length of the mast. Let’s explore the benefits of the two mast length options offered by Pulseer and help you choose the right one for your riding style. 
 

Pulseer E-Foil Propulsion


71cm Mast

  • Versatility: The standard mast length of 71cm is designed to deliver multi-purpose performance, making it an excellent choice for riders who want to enjoy smooth cruising and sharp carving with a single setup. 
  • Flexibility: The 71cm mast allows riders to adjust their riding style on the fly, making it a great option for those who like to experiment with different tricks and manoeuvres. 
  • Easy to Control: The shorter mast length makes it easier for beginners to learn and control the e-foil, as the board is closer to the water and more stable. 

 

Pulseer E-Foil Mast Freeride

91cm Mast

  • Greater Height: The longer mast length of 91cm allows riders to extend their reach from the surface of the water, enabling them to achieve greater heights with more freedom to lean at sharper angles without worrying about the board touching the water. 
  • Improved Performance: The added height also allows riders to take advantage of higher waves and wind speeds, which can result in more exciting and thrilling rides. 
  • Better for Advanced Riders: The 91cm mast is better suited for experienced riders who are looking for a more challenging and adrenaline-fueled ride. 
 
Choosing the right mast length for your e-foil is crucial for achieving the desired level of performance and enjoyment. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced rider, Pulseer's range of mast lengths offers something for everyone. Consider your riding style, skill level, and personal preferences to pick the length that is just right for you. 
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