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Power of Torro2 ?

Postby Guest » Wed Mar 05, 2003 6:44 pm

Hi!
I´m very interested in infomation about the power of torro2.
windrange of 10,14 and 18qm, do they have more qm in comparison torro1??? I know the rhino2 are bigger than the rhino1, ca.2qm more area.

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Postby Dwight » Wed Mar 05, 2003 6:51 pm

Where did you get that information? Kite sizes are true canopy surface area. Power is similar to any North kite, but with more total range than before.

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Postby Guest » Wed Mar 05, 2003 7:08 pm

i put the rhino1 onto the rhino2,each in the same size.
i think thats one reason for more power,

what do you think?

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size

Postby Guest » Wed Mar 05, 2003 9:12 pm

Dwight is it more useful to get a Rhino 2 with 20qm, if I have Toro 2 in 10 and 14? Or is the Toro 2 18qm the better choice for me. Thanks a lot.

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Postby Dwight » Thu Mar 06, 2003 12:01 am

Anonymous wrote:i put the rhino1 onto the rhino2,each in the same size.
i think thats one reason for more power,

what do you think?
I did that too. I was told to forget about trying to gage kite size that way. The two kites I was checking had different depth of draft, so it looked like one was bigger than the other. I was told the sizes are true canopy area. No fake kite sizes with North.

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Re: size

Postby Dwight » Thu Mar 06, 2003 12:02 am

cardoso wrote:Dwight is it more useful to get a Rhino 2 with 20qm, if I have Toro 2 in 10 and 14? Or is the Toro 2 18qm the better choice for me. Thanks a lot.

cardoso
It's hard to say. Either will work. If you are over 80kg, and like power, I'd go for the 20m R2.

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Postby Guest » Thu Mar 06, 2003 11:04 am

which one, Toro2 18m2 or Rhino2 20, has higher top end range for a bit under 80 kgs chap? and is there a big difference?

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Postby Dwight » Thu Mar 06, 2003 12:28 pm

Anonymous wrote:which one, Toro2 18m2 or Rhino2 20, has higher top end range for a bit under 80 kgs chap? and is there a big difference?

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Probably the 18 T2.

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Postby Guest » Thu Mar 06, 2003 9:43 pm

Dwight, so then I guess I should go for Rhino2 18m2 instead of Toro2 18m2?

Interesting, but now I'm confused :(

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Postby Dwight » Thu Mar 06, 2003 11:54 pm

Anonymous wrote:Dwight, so then I guess I should go for Rhino2 18m2 instead of Toro2 18m2?

Interesting, but now I'm confused :(
What made you come to that conclusion? Smokin weed :o

:D :D :D

I've been talking about the Toro2 18m and Rhino2 20m. North's two best big kites.


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