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PostPosted: Sat Oct 05, 2002 12:43 am 
The above is from a bloke who was jumpin loads higher than that..."just before i got there".... Every time
Or... Ooopphhh... me shoulders playin up


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 05, 2002 12:49 am 
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the above was posted by my tosspot so-called mate who lives in a country with no snow, and says his sport his snowboarding???? whats all that about!!!! replys please on a postcard... BIG LAUGH OUT LOUD!!!


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 05, 2002 8:48 am 
Well if we are all going to admit it im 105 Kgs and ride a WT 147 flying anything from a X2 8 meter to a X2 20 Meter and loving it. Board size doesn't bother me Kite size is the key. Hell I jumped 35 - 40 feet a few weeks ago landed on the beach and snapped both my arms (buggar) I guess a 12 Meter in 35 Knots is a little to much especially when you send it back fast.


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97kgr ride BT 9.4 from 18-34 miles with a 153cm loose EX board.ligth wind board Cabrina S.T.AR.directional 185cm


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19.5 Gaastra GXR is working well for heavier riders.... handles like a 12m, big air. Riders have been testing it in cabarete weighing in 175-200lbs on 145 (custom, available 2003)to 155 (Hellfire) Brunotti boards.

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I am 90kg
I ride 16 rhino from 13-20 knots
and a 12 from 20-28 knots
I ride with a f-one TT160 2002

I am waiting for rhino2 20,16,12 in 3 weeks
I hope hat the 20 will give me better low wind range


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heard good things about the 19.5 as well.
Hopefully I can get my hands on one shortly to confirm the performance.

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On 2002-10-05 18:29, Toby wrote:
heard good things about the 19.5 as well.
Hopefully I can get my hands on one shortly to confirm the performance.

Toby


Wich 19.5


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the Gaastra GRX 19.5 (2003)


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You big guys need to check into the Slingshot Little Fat Twin. Its thicker than other twins so real floaty for a board that's only 167 with sarp rails, not rounded.

I recommend it for beginners and 95+ kg riders in the Chicago area:

http://www.chicagokitesurfing.com/reviews.html

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