It will sail just fine.
The turbo fins and sailing rudder are good additions - the turbos will create more lateral resistance to help you to sail better upwind than would bepossible with just the normal fins.
Not sure about the sidekicks - I have never used them though a lot of other people seem to. It might depend on the conditions you sail in and/or how fearful you are of the consequences of a capsize. Personally I have a Hobie AI and I much prefer sailing it as a kayak with the small sail over sailing it as a trimaran with the large sail. I have only been dunked three or four times in probably 5 years of sailing.
As the previous post made clear: don't expect to break the world sailing speed record but don't worry about this fact - being pushed along by the wind at the same speed as 'normal' paddlers is a good enough feeling, being that close to the water makes it feel faster than it is and, if you don't have the sidekicks (I don't sail with them) the ever present risk of a ducking on windier days increases the excitment and quickly hones your sailing skills. On light wind days I love ghosting along under full sail (main & jib - I added a jib) in my Hobie taking in the scenery, sipping a beer or trailing a line as I go