Let me rephrase that...I don't understand WHY fokiten is asking questions that I have already answered no less than 3 times in at least 2 different threads. But...ok. I don;t mind helping people, even the ones who can't retain what I've already said or just don't read all of what I write. In fact, I can't blame anyone for not reading it all as they do sometimes come out long...but on by behalf, I feel that I have been doing a pretty good job of keeping them informative and educational for the most part.On 2002-10-13 05:06, fokiten wrote:
what about bar pressure I heard they fly more off the back lines, can anyone give input on this?
Thanks 'Anonymous' for helping to confirm what I have been saying. These kite are the best built kites on the market today in not ONLY my opinion, but the anonymous international rider aboves as well. And he, like myself, even compared it to the new Rhino's and X2's, which I would have to say would be the next best built kites in that order respectively.On 2002-10-13 10:48, Anonymous wrote:
The new slingshot has to be one of the best Kites I have flown. I was a Naish International team rider and have changed to Slingshot. The construction of these kites are a far better standard than the X2 or any other kites I have looked at to date, This includes the New Rhino 2 which I have been checking out over the last few days. The seams on the slingshot are taped and stitched around all the front panels, as well as this there are kevlar wear strips mounted above the ribs. The material is of a very good quality as has been posted up this thread a little.
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