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PostPosted: Sun Oct 20, 2002 1:14 pm 
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With the lauch of the Aero II, still waiting in the UK although I have heard it won't be too long can anyone tell me how they handle compared to last years. I tried the 2002 model but didn't like the heavy feel. So just planning to buy a couple of new kites and wondering what to go for. Aero II, CO2 III or slingshot GTO, any advise or experiences.

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The heavy feel is gone. At the US dealer demo show, Naish sent riders out with the kite set on one of the slower settings. When the guy I know, changed the kite over to a fast setting, they warned him to be careful, it was a really fast kite. He thought that was funny. A lot of dealers at the show kited like kooks.


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Looks like the bigger sizes are gonna be ruthless..... sweeeeet!!!

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