Engineered for performance, the NCX defines the no-cam freerace catagory.

More than just race inspired, the 020 NCX takes design components directly from the Mach1 race sail to upgrade 3 main areas; Speed. Power. Stability.

Drag reduction was the key to increasing speed. AERO-LINE battens and Mach1 twist patterns dramatically improve the aerodynamics and make the 020 NCX the fastest ever.

More Power. Deeper profiles below the boom generate more horsepower that you can feel. Increased back hand pressure enables instant acceleration when you want to light it up.

Stability has been further improved by adding skin tension and reworking the batten skeleton to lock the power low and forward. The result is incredible control and impeccable handling. Combined with the shock-absorbing properties of a no-cam sail, this means a huge wind range.

HOW MANY CAMS ON THE NCX?

The NCX has no cambers.

WHAT MAST SHOULD I USE WITH THE NCX?

RDM RED – For ultimate performance.
RDM BLUE – High end performance with increased reliability.

NCX is recommended for use on RDM masts until 7.0. Bigger sizes may work better on SDM masts.

CAN I USE A NON SEVERNE MAST IN THE NCX?

All of our development, testing, rigging and tuning is done using Severne masts. We strongly recommend our customers to use SEVERNE masts. Our masts are designed with a specific Severne bend curve that remains one of the pillars of our rigs.

We don’t test the performance or bend curves of other masts, and can therefore not guarantee which performance or durability you can get out of your sail using a different brand mast.

We describe the curve of our mast as a Severne curve. The constant, hardtop or flex top curves that generic mast brands describe are based on measurements on 3 points. We measure our masts at 7 points minimum.

WHICH BOOM SHOULD I USE WITH THE NCX?

We recommend Enigma 150, Enigma 160 and Enigma 170

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NCX AND TURBO?

The NCX doesn’t have cams. The NCX handles more wind.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NCX AND GATOR?

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