LOL Chrys...Oldnbroken wrote:No pink kites, unless they are something cute for the ladies.
Holy crap, did I just read that our old friend Pete is buying Epic kites!!!!
Shows you CAN teach an old dog, new tricks!!
Welcome Pete, can you do me a favor and make a call to Cocoa beach and convince Michel to do the same, Dimitri could then rest in peace, knowing he has completed and impossible task.
Hey how about PMU also, and make it a perfect hat trick.
Dimitri,Dimitri M wrote:Dear Mr.alexeyga,
As you probably know we always listen to our customers and try to come up with different ideas and suggestions that we get from kiters all around the world. I think you were the one complaining of the DEPOWER STRAP not grabbing the strap after a while because of the teeth wearing down from using the strap a lot for powering & depowering it. So after lots of emails back and forth with the factory, I was able to find a metal one. Will be using these on our last prototypes Bars. Hope that makes you happy since I never had problems with the old plastic buckle.
With all due respect Mr.alexeyga but why do you think EPIC KITES has such a great product!!!!Dimitri,
I'm not the one who you need to keep happy as i'm already happily using another brand's bar. But i'm glad to see that with enough input you do actually start listening to what your customers have to say.
At this rate, by G6 or G7, we might actually get a bar that is up to date with the current technologies and trends.
The next step would be to change the lines for non-stretch ones. Free 15m sets with Renegades sound awesome in a selling speech, but I'm sure I'm not the only one who'd prefer to have a line set that the rider can count on to be true and all equal on a daily basis.
B.t.w. the 10Ltd worked a lot better with the 4" difference in lines - fronts being longer. Somebody must have forgotten to mention to customers to tune the rear attachment points if they'll be using Epic kites with bars where all lines are actually equal - for the best performance that is.
And you were right, 10Ltd works pretty well in waves, but it's not as responsive as the Renegade with some slack in rears.
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