First of all, thanks to everybody, i really need the help from people that know both of this kites. I have to pick a kite and i am between a Slingshot RPM and a Slingshot Rally.
I like from the Rally, things i have learned from reading on posts, is that it jumps better and it goes upwind better than the RPM. ( more intermediate, but could it be good for advanced stuff )
The RPM i like it for the unhook and the kiteloop ( advanced ).
I started kiting 2 years ago on a T3 Turbo, bow kite which i liked, i already believed i pass the line where i need something else, i started jumping, and i want something better that could help me out and feel more agressive.
I can pick either a 2011 cheaper and a 2012, 400 dlls more expensive, for either kite. Im looking to replace my t3 9m for a 10m.
For the Rally i dont see much differences from 2011 to a 2012, so probably from the comments you could make i could be choosing a Rally, and probably 2011 to save money, if the 2012 has no worth changess.
For the RPM, i see a big difference on the wind range on the 2012 which i really like! the wind range on 2012 for a 10m says something from 13m to 25m, where the 2011 says form 15-16 to 25. So thats a lot! it ll could be my new 12 ( i own a slingshot 2006 octane 14m - they fly as 12m ) with a lot of range to use it when 9s are flying and 12s are flying for lower wind.
So the decision is really hard, on picking a RPM or a Rally, and the other hard decision is if its a RPM, will spend 400 dlls from a 2011 to a 2012 worth it, for that widdest wind range it has?...
I would like to mention i just bought for really cheap a t3 17m which i havent had a time to try, but my idea is to make it work on the 10-13 kn range.
So you could have and idea of what kites i have and what i want to get. My style is not defined because i m still learning, i would like to do tricks, but not as many hardcore tricks, lots of jumping but i would like to learn also unhooked stuff, do kiteloop, but maybe not so many spins. ( right now ).
Thanks a lot this is my first post, i appreciate everybody that can give me a hand on this. Thanks and Greetings form Mexico ...