That is what I'm talking about. I want my riding to take off!! Thanksjedi1 wrote:Just get it if you like it. It is a matter of personal preference really. I've bought a Fuel when I couldn't even do a raley and it was a great choice, as my riding really went off.
If you like to control the power by your board and want to get used to more technical powered riding then a Fuel is awesome and will reward you with great unhooked performance. It comes at a price though, as it is not as forgiving as a bridled kite (doesn't mean it will hurt you or something, just requires better technique for jumping etc.)
To sum it up, you'll be super stoked when you get used to riding your new kite and will never go back to a bridled kite.
NO MORE WOMEN FOR ME!!! Have enough of them already. (Married w. two daughters). I guess where I kite I should be alright. Its pretty steady winds, and won't ever go above 25kts.pj sofine wrote:Sounds like your all set! Probalbly kite at a higher level than most of us on here! I ride rpms,love them, never tried fuels - ignorance is bliss Maybe a little less depower? gust eating ability? no biggy,plus the chicks love the dudes on c kites.Get a pair of boots and you'll be golden,be chasing the little nymph's away
Interesting. My original quiver consisted of the 2009 RPM 10M and a 2011 Rally 14M. I only took out the RPM when it was a solid 18kts. For now I will only have a one kite quiver, for the 18-26kts days. If its not windy enough, I'll go surfing. After a few months on the Fuel 11M I'll know what to do regarding a mixed quiver vs. getting a bigger Fuel.edt wrote:fuel 11 is great kite you should be good from roughly 18 to 26 knots. not as much wind range as rpm you will want to add another kite for about 15 to 20 knots, a fuel 13 would work, those 2 kites 11 and 13 will give you the same wind range as an rpm 10m which you could ride 15 to 26 knots but with two kites instead of 1 you'll wear them out slower than having a single kite.
Or maybe for your second kite you can get a bow kite of some sort make a mixed quiver. However, is something to be said for having every kite you own the same don't have to adjust your style for the different kites.
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