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liquidforce mig.... what´s the veridict?

Postby cocosalmeron » Tue May 22, 2007 9:35 pm

please help me

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Postby MONAKITE » Tue May 22, 2007 11:21 pm

Also interested to read comment on this KITE.
Currently riding M-80 7,9-12 as my favorite quiver, I'm interested to buy the MIG 9M...but never hear about this model, your feedback are wellcome

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Re: liquidforce mig.... what´s the veridict?

Postby PAFF » Wed May 23, 2007 1:33 am

cocosalmeron wrote:please help me
For 2007....

Just buy any other C kite out there, and you will be fine. :o

It is that bad... :cry:

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Postby cocosalmeron » Wed May 23, 2007 4:29 am

i have M-80 7-12 too, and I'm interested to buy the mig 7 and 9 mts...but i don´t know nothing about these

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Postby kito16 » Wed May 23, 2007 4:53 pm

i have tried a mig 9 in 18 knts... it's very beautiful kite... :thumb:

- probabily the bar pressure it's too soft...

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Postby MONAKITE » Wed May 23, 2007 6:30 pm

Could you give more info : how many sessions ? in wave or flat water ? What about de depower of this kite and hang time?
All informations and details are wellcome
Mr PAFF, could you argue your negative feedback on this KITE , in which condition , and for which size ?

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Postby frez » Wed May 23, 2007 6:41 pm

The Mig 9 is a great kite to fly. Stable, fast but predictable, tons of boost, grunt and loops well. I have ridden it up from 17-30 knots and found the depower to be great. Hang time was awesome but then I haven't tried a 2007 C which didn't have great hang time in high end conditions. It's fine for waves although I prefer a hybrid such as the RRD for those. The only thing I didn't like too much about unhooking was the lack of a swivel on the chicken loop. The CL is great though otherwise. Really effortless kite to fly and in 25 knots plus is not tiring and just plain fun.

I don't know why people feel the need to knock a brand they don't know. PAFF, judging by some of his posts , seems to think he's the world's expert on every brand out there. Obviously spends all his time riding every last kite ever made and posting on this forum.

I doubt he would know a Mig if it hit him in the nuts. If you've extensively tested a kite then explain what you found. If, as is plainly obvious here, you're just making it up then why the fuck do you bother?

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another MIG verdict

Postby Antoine » Wed May 23, 2007 11:33 pm

Hi everyone. I have been flying the migs, 7 through 12, for a few months now, and really like them. They are a great mix between the 2006 M80 and Menace. They combine the advantages of both: great hangtime, stable (good for waves and beginners), good pop, and I really like the way they loop (it comes back above your head really well_ awsome kiteloops guaranteed). They have a huge high end, and I was recently on my 7m in Maui... just fine. And then again, the fifth line is nice for relaunching, and safety. I also like how you can trim the fifth line at the chicken loop... the wind picks up, don't feel like coming in and pumping up something smaller, you can just pull in it, and kite for a little while longer...

... hope that helps you guys.... cheers, julie

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Postby MONAKITE » Thu May 24, 2007 8:59 pm

thanks julie, a female advise account twice :-)
Other experiences are wellcome, I must confirm my command for a MIG 9M on monday ... so, inform me on your feeling and feedback on this kite.

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9m mig

Postby LFjulie » Thu May 24, 2007 11:02 pm

I am glad my feedback helped. The 9m is a great kite that you will be able to use in a lot of wind.
Cheers


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