Preferred Gong Wing set for E-foil?

I am starting a second build and am looking for feedback on Gong wingset choice? I am aiming for the Allvator V2 95cm mast…

I really like my curve LT front wing with curve pro stab, it lifts easily and carves beautifully.

Today i would probably buy the MT wing since i’ve realised i don’t need the LT to get enough lift.

I tried curve LT, very good to start.
I’m now on veloce L, perfect frontwing for efoiling (very efficient, good glide), for 70kg ,I can foil with 900W power at 19 km/h

How do you find it in carving, is it equal to the curve wing, how big is the difference?

almost no difference in carving, and glide better, so global feeling better

Thanks, great info! I’ll be looking at this for next build.

Veloce wing to ride at 19Km/h :thinking:

Rider plus board weight will probably come out around 95kg or 215 lb. I am leaning Veloce. Would you go LT, XL, or L?

It is in fact the minimum to fly, I find it is a good information about the efficiency of the wing, but you are right, the purpose of using a Veloce is to go faster than 20km/h :wink:

I use Fluid XLS for 35kmh

Yes Veloce L is no problem to fly at 19km/h… however I doubt 900W is possible on that… What motor do you use and how do you measure the 900W ?

My weight 68kg, motor flipsky 65161, fliteboard propeller.
I’m often below 1000W riding my efoil (displayed on my VX3 remote, I don’t know if it’s accurate)

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I use Gong Rise L, Gong Curve LT, Gong Curve MT, Gong Veloce LT all with the Curve pro stab.
All work just fine, Veloce is most efficient, Gong Curve MT is most fun when going fast (from 30km/h up) but least efficient when not. Veloce is the least stable but also lots of fun.
Personally I like the Curve LT best: Perfect for carving and medium speeds up to ~35km/h - and efficient as well:
Veloce LT typically below 60Wh/km ; Curve LT slightly above 60Wh/km; Rise L and Curve MT around 70-74Wh/km all @25kmh. I am 90kg with a 30kg board. All values with a 3-blade Hyperdrive Prop.

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