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PostPosted: Tue May 28, 2002 11:01 am 
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In the interview, Don claims the 20 turns like the 11.5 ARX


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I heard it too, but can't believe it.
If it is true, I get one as well.
But Flash told me the 16 turns like a 11.5, so I can't imagine the 20 turning a fast as the 20.


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What colours should I chose on my X2s? I have told them that I wanted silver as my first choice, and red as my second. I dont want to have the blue because of hot tubes in the summer.
Is that a good choice? Does anybody have a good picture of a silver X2? Are there may be more colours out there?


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there is orange and yellow as well.
Best colors IMO blue, red, yellow.

Here grey and yellow:
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The yellow looks very green in this picture. Is that really like that?
How about bleeding colours on the dark ones? Any experience there?


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it looks like green indeed, but is called yellow.
No experience with bleeding colors yet.


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BTW FYIY
A couple of X2-kiters allready experience colour degradition=colour getting lighter.

Also X2's that are steering more to one side as the other so not in balance.

First thing can be avoided by taking a colour like grey and not yellow.


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thx for the info.
did you hear anything about red?


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http://www.kiteforum.com/phpBB/viewtopi ... &forum=1&3


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PostPosted: Wed May 29, 2002 1:46 pm 
The yellow is actually a very bright canary yellow, the picture shown is not a true reflection on the real colour.
As yet I have had no problems with bleeding colours and have had the kite exactly a month it has been stored damp overnight twice, though I can see that there may be problems with the black on the struts.


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