So how do the popular wave kites rate in your opinion in onshore windsmarlboroughman wrote: ↑Sun Jan 14, 2018 7:26 pm.....In onshore power is needed on demand to be able to keep up with the wave and you can't have a kite shooting way the f*** upwind into a dead spot where you can't get any reaction out of it. Good drift is good for both but this is where similarities end.
I had a Cabo before I got E4 and then E5, probably 2014. It was sitting back nicely for onshore with smooth power in the turns. Unfortunately it was pulley bridle which allowed too much lift of the nose and thus back stalling with bar pulled. I was thinking to put a stopper restricting pulley travel but I "Switched" instead.
Have you got a chance to fly RRD's Religion MK8? It looks very similar to the Switch E5.
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