Did you mean a 75200 flipsky? Maker x hi200 is another option that works well.
I have a Maker x hi100 working well on a tow boogie. I use up to 100A at the motor (60-80A at battery 13s) for plenty of grunt to waterstart on a 5’ prone board with a 65161. It is cooled with a fan inside the enclosure, and heats up quickly if you constantly hold full power, eventually thermal throttling.
If you get the propellor and motor combo wrong, or use an inefficient foil wing, you will waste a lot of power and will need far more than 100A. Or if you weigh a lot more than 75kg, or want to go really fast.
Hi200 or a new (fixed) 75200 will have plenty or headroom.