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eppo
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Postby eppo » Thu Nov 07, 2002 5:05 am

Used like 5 times, then I bought a 9.3m and a 16.5m warrioir - loooove the kite and I've owned an Airblast, F1 and two arcs - no comparison - but that is only my opinion. The 7m gets me out (75kg) on a Airush Fusion mutant board from 14 to 28 knots. Great fast flying, trick pumping kite but too small for up here in Karratha (WA North), doesn't blow that hard due to the Archipelogo islands and the Burrup crackin' the wind up - you need to sail a little overpowered. I paid $1725, make me a reasonable offer you can't be disapointed on this kite, beautiful little number.

cheers

eppo

eppen.chris@cathednet.wa.edu.au

NIKS
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Postby NIKS » Thu Nov 07, 2002 1:26 pm

Hi there,
my brother has 7, 9.3 and 16.5 Warrior.
I have used with great fun all of them. Don't you find the 16.5 being a bit slow? and getting big too quickly? How long high you jump with the 16.5? Great air time but not high jump to me.
Let me know
Niks

eppo
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Postby eppo » Fri Nov 08, 2002 4:37 am

Yeh I'd agree with all you have said, although I watch a guy in scabs which has waves jumping real high with loops and all - but he is a 5 year seasoned rider. You can't have both worlds, light air, big kites, heavy, one suggestion is to trim your kite so it flies further overhead - less stable but it punches the window a little higher, but yes I agree with what you say - but when I
m locking off in 5 knots winds and other are sitting on teh beach, I'm not complaing - the 9.3m is a great kite, my favourite - know anyone who wants a 7m????

cheers

eppo

NIKS
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Postby NIKS » Sat Nov 09, 2002 7:10 pm

Thanks for answering.
I will try the suggested trim.
If anybody is looking for 7.0 I will tell'em you are selling it.
Here in Italy the strong wind is not that often unfortunately .
thanks and hope to meeting you somewhere.
NIks & Co.

NIKS
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Postby NIKS » Sat Nov 09, 2002 7:12 pm

Thanks for answering.
I will try the suggested trim.
If anybody is looking for 7.0 I will tell'em you are selling it.
Here in Italy the strong wind is not that often unfortunately .
thanks and hope to meeting you somewhere.
NIks & Co.


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