I recently stumbled upon a very low priced Spotz Tuna foil online and I decided to pull the trigger and buy it. After doing some research, I found that this wingset is known for its very high top speed and since I already have a FR motor on 14S, I figured this might allow me to break the speed record or at least make an honest attempt. Here is what it looks like compared to my lift 170 classic wingset.
As you can see, it is very tiny. The full carbon construction is great and I am able to adjust the angle of the back wing. However, my liquid force mast is too big to fit in that slot.
Therefore, I was thinking to fill in the current slot with a piece of coosa board or foam, router an insert in the shape of the mast profile and add carbon fiber to solidify the insert. That way, the liquid force mast will be able to fit in the fuselage for added strength (versus just sitting on top of it). What do you guys think? What would be the best way to adapt this wingset to my LF mast? Would filling up the slot and attaching the mast on top of it work fine?