... you'll be waiting for a while for a reply. I've been searching for ages now for exactly what you want to know but no one seems to wanna say. Dunno why??mr moon wrote:Hi all, I ride Rebels 7-9-12m with surfboards and twintips for waves or big airs.
At 90Kg (14 st / 198lb) I'm not the lightest rider and I'm now gearing up for the summer season B-)
I look for good upwind performance, huge floaty airs and possibly without a ridiculously slow turning speed in case I manage to get little rips
I'm considering either a Fuse 16/18m or a Dyno 15/17m from the new 2013 range.
Any advice is much appreciated!
... yeah I think the reason (maybe) is that the Fuse is ok but not outstanding!???? I'd like to be corrected on this by the way so come on North guys, tell me different! Sell it to me baby!Westozzy wrote:Puertz you are a pragmatic sort of fella I'm sure there is a reason why. One could be less riders using them maybe hence the next why question follows. I'm surprised as you the Dyno was a great kite and the aspect of the fuse surely would work in bigger sizes. A similar aspect to the zephyr (2013 ) I might add.
What do you mean with higher performance? Better upwind for sure as it's a race kite, but how about boosting / float / turning?Babel wrote: Essence: Dyno needs more skill but has higher performance.
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