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Re: a good kite for light wind?

Postby kazama-fury » Tue May 28, 2013 9:33 pm

Sorry guys, i'm just getting really tired of all the arguing

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Re: a good kite for light wind?

Postby Westozzy » Tue May 28, 2013 11:28 pm

Yep started out a good informative post, then had degraded, but hey this happens sometimes. Everyone have a laugh and move on, the important stuff has been covered.

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Re: a good kite for light wind?

Postby TommyDelly » Tue May 28, 2013 11:51 pm

Who is arguing? I am just tired of SupaDOUCHE :crazy2: FACT, hijacking almost every thread with his boring, spamming, pimping posts :-? FACT just check page 3 of this topic :roll:

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Re: a good kite for light wind?

Postby SupaEZ » Wed May 29, 2013 2:20 am

Tom my Dearly wrote: just check page 3 of this topic :roll:


Just did and all i see are smilies mostly directed at OldnB
Just being playful interacting with him...
.... i have been responding lately the same way also to his numerous pm's
Less words....and more cartoon emotions

...................... :desperado: :happybirthday: :cheers: :advise: :bye: ........................................

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Re: a good kite for light wind?

Postby coleman » Wed May 29, 2013 2:28 am

SupaEZ wrote:
Tom my Dearly wrote: just check page 3 of this topic :roll:


Just did and all i see are smilies mostly directed at OldnB
Just being playful interacting with him...
.... i have been responding lately the same way also to his numerous pm's
Less words....and more cartoon emotions

...................... :desperado: :happybirthday: :cheers: :advise: :bye: ........................................



i'm sure oldnbroken is as mentally stimulated and enthralled as we are with your patented random smattering of brainless emoticoning.

how lucky he is to be the recipient of your pictogram based insight.

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Re: a good kite for light wind?

Postby SupaEZ » Wed May 29, 2013 3:08 am

Cowlman wrote:i'm sure oldnbroken is enthralled :dance3:
how lucky he is to be the recipient :fans:


We are doing just fine..we are both lucky i guess..he likes to write a lot...and i prefer to cartoon a lot

......................................................................:cheers: ...................................................................................

Back to topic: Many many kites are good for LW and Riot XR2LW in 15-17or19m2 is one of them

..........................Let's not forget their good 52cm Sensor bar that is ideal for that kite..................

........................................ :pump: :sun: :surf: :pump: :sun: :surf: ................... :bye: ....................
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Re: a good kite for light wind?

Postby L0KI » Wed May 29, 2013 8:08 am

SupaEZ wrote:Many kites are good for LW and Riot XR2LW in 15M/17M/19M is one of them
Now I officially approve that message.
That looks much more like what you ask other forum members to do when presenting their recommendations.
Nice to see you act a little less pimpy and follow your own rules and advise. :mosh:

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Re: a good kite for light wind?

Postby Flight Time » Thu May 30, 2013 9:07 am

coleman wrote:
SupaEZ wrote:
Tom my Dearly wrote: just check page 3 of this topic :roll:


Just did and all i see are smilies mostly directed at OldnB
Just being playful interacting with him...
.... i have been responding lately the same way also to his numerous pm's
Less words....and more cartoon emotions

...................... :desperado: :happybirthday: :cheers: :advise: :bye: ........................................



i'm sure oldnbroken is as mentally stimulated and enthralled as we are with your patented random smattering of brainless emoticoning.

how lucky he is to be the recipient of your pictogram based insight.


If SupaTard walked and talked like he wrote posts, he would be wearing a helmet full time and drooling quite a bit. The emoticons he chooses don't mean anything in the context of what he is responding to. Let's be sure to include the happy birthday one and the pumping face one and the cheers one when responding to criticism. SupaTard, take a lesson on the judicious and effective use of emoticons, and their appropriateness based on what is being said and implied. :roll:

Oh, BTW my apologies. I think an old post of mine is where he learned that you could change the content of a message you are quoting. In retrospect I shouldn't have posted something dangerous like that in the presence of the mentally impaired. It's like giving an infant a really loud and obnoxious electronic toy. You know they will be pounding that button like a game of Whack-A-Mole. :lol:

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Re: a good kite for light wind?

Postby NikoZe » Fri May 31, 2013 12:35 pm

In my opinion it's not necessity to have as big area kite as possible for light wind. What you need is well flying kite with good power. Of course big board will be important pros as well. I have tested many kites and liked the best how work 14m RPM Slingshot with 27 lines and 14m Naish Park. Naish originally has 24m lines but it's goes better with 27m. Friend of mine put 40m lines and in such way you can obtain real light wind monster, he can kite in the very low wind, when other one can't move at all.

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Re: a good kite for light wind?

Postby -Martijn- » Tue Jun 04, 2013 11:06 pm

What would you guys suggest for a heavy (110 kg) beginner? A Zephyr or a 17m Cloud and why? :)


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