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martino86
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Re: Ozone Enduro v2 ? are we there yet?

Postby martino86 » Sat Nov 18, 2017 8:07 am

Thanks, so 5/7/9/12 makes probably more sense for my weight. Allows me to go 5/7/9 for wave or high wind spots and 7/9/12 for low wind spots.

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Re: Ozone Enduro v2 ? are we there yet?

Postby iriejohn » Sat Nov 18, 2017 8:44 am

You're about 63kg so at your weight yes.

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Re: Ozone Enduro v2 ? are we there yet?

Postby Strekke » Sat Nov 18, 2017 9:12 am

Just in general (so not Enduro specific), if you ride a fairly efficient surfboard like an Evo, and at your weight, I would go for 10-8-6 and save the money of the 12 for a kite trip to a windy place, or for a foil.

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Re: Ozone Enduro v2 ? are we there yet?

Postby iriejohn » Sat Nov 18, 2017 6:10 pm

No need to save any money, the next couple of weeks are looking 'tasty'. :thumb:

https://www.windguru.cz/1825

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Re: Ozone Enduro v2 ? are we there yet?

Postby iriejohn » Mon Nov 27, 2017 7:46 pm

Right then, got the 6/8/10/12m and first time out was on the 6m!

Wind was 25-28 knots. Kite flew smooth as butter and depowered really nicely, could certainly take another 5 knots. You can just sheet out, park it, and it just stays there. Boring maybe but that's the way it should be. With three struts and no pulleys what's not to like? Less is more.

Then the kite slowly folded and fell out of the sky! :roll:

Hadn't screwed the valve in properly so the kite deflated!

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