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tristan
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Postby tristan » Mon Oct 07, 2002 10:51 am

2 all of u out there who allready have the X2
what can u tell me about this kite ?
What r the problems of this kite ?
Does some 1 know what is the AR of the 16 + wind range ?
im 85 kg my bord is JERVIS from sling shot

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Postby 1980buick » Mon Oct 07, 2002 2:08 pm

I fly the x2 16m and like it alot when there is enuff wind for it, its not the light wind kite i thought it would be though. from what i hear on here the 12 has a much bigger range and can actually take the place of the 16 (some one can correct mere here if i am wrong) If you ride with the kite sheeted in too much it stalls and actually slows the kite down, there for not making it have so much pull. The only way to get pull from the kite is to move it, but this kite likes to move!

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Postby ctkiteboarding » Mon Oct 07, 2002 3:24 pm

i agree my 16 was great but it did not have the power in the light stuff so i got a 20 as for range i sail my 20 in max 18 to 20 mph and can hold it down w a small wt , when its up in those high teen mph i will go to my 14 and boost some airs so i sold the 12 and 16 and went larger 14 and 20 ,also picked up a 10 for the real days good luck

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Postby Guest » Tue Oct 08, 2002 9:03 am

The perfect quiver would be 10, 12 and 18.

The 12 and 18 overlap perfectly and the 10 is good up to such strong winds it's not even funny anymore.


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