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Postby Guest » Sat May 25, 2002 1:57 am

Does anyone know what don montague's personal email address is? I can't seem to find it anywhere.

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Matt

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Postby Toby » Sun May 26, 2002 1:41 am

For what do you need it?
I have it, but I have to know what it is for.

Pls give me your e-mail, so if you have a good reason, I will mail it to you.

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Postby Guest » Mon May 27, 2002 8:52 am

Toby,
my email is matthew.payne@jcu.edu.au

I need the email address as i wrote Don a question in kiteboarding.be''s interview with him and he said he has designed a 24 and 30 m X2. I want to 1) see if he will make the kite for me, and 2)get a price off him on the kite. The reason i want a kite so big is that i live in Townsville, Australia, and here the wind is either ~8-10 knots or 18-25 knots. I have an airush LIFT 12.2, which i use up to ~28 knots and as i only like riding small wakes i need a big kite for the lower range (say 6-16 knots). I was going to get a 22.5 north but this kite is so slow and isn't really high performance. Don told me that the X2 20 turns as fast as an 11.5 ARX so i an hoping that the 24 or 30 m models are going to be pretty quick too.

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Matt

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Postby murdoc » Mon May 27, 2002 10:59 am

whow!
you ride the lift 12.2 that far?
how much do you weigh ?

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Postby Guest » Mon May 27, 2002 11:40 am

~85-87kgs and i ride a 151 picklefork. The 28-30 knot gusts knock me around a bit but the boosts you get with this kite in this sort of wind is insane! If the wind was a solid 28 knots i probably wouldn't be able to hold it, i'd say the limit is ~ a solid 25-26 knots.


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