Re: Ocean Rodeo stick shift bar
Posted: Tue Oct 17, 2017 10:14 am
No end piece or splicing. Stick Shift bar shares an almost identical one to the control bar. Very easy to completely remove the loop.
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I agree - I really like how you can use it in the surf to make quick, subtle changes in your power for say, coming into the flats and downlooping on a bottom turn back into the wave. It is really nice to be able to make a quick bump to bleed off some power.EastCC wrote: ↑Sun Oct 15, 2017 7:46 amHad another great session on the Stick Shift today, have been chopping and changing between it and the Control Bar for a quite sometime now, but it is sooo much better in the surf. Can trim wherever/whenever without adjusting body position, I usually didn't touch the trim too much, but find myself using it a lot more which is actually helping me to improve my wave kiting.
Honestly I don't think I can think of a situation where I would prefer to use a standard bar anymore.
Sounds like a sales pitch pimp but this bar has grown on me, a lot.
Not a fan. The depower rope is kinda square and kinks a little when you make bar in hard turns. Plus I like the idea of the open bar and the knob. Although I've never flown the or bar, it looks to be much user friendly than the click. My next quiver of kites will most likey be razors due to the fact that they fly very similar to my 2012 &2013 vagas..... however my kites are still in exellent condition. I have really burnt through north bars which is why I'm asking about the five line option on the stick shift.....if I could get a really good deal on a 10m & 8m razor and a stick shift bar I would get rid of the vegas 12m &9m.
Thisget a 10m & 8m razor and a stick shift bar & get rid of the vegas 12m &9m.