What you mean is more LIFT (=power) possible.funalex wrote:more AOA possible, because of a more powerfull profile. the reflex profile used on depowerable foil are not good for the best low end.
And very big AR is a good thing for low wind machine too.
They are very very flat too ! and they are light.
But as you can see it, you have a lot of power, but not a lot of manoeuvrability, and if you can't move quickly in the wind window, you can't really take advantage of this extra power.
That's it. It could, but it would be a little too dangerous, and a dangerous kite can't be sold.herculon wrote:and why cant there be a yakuza profile with depower pulley bridle? not stable enough?
lol...we have tested everything you can imagine in this concept...carbon is definitly bad, even titanium ! 7075 alloy is very good. And light. We can't go too light, because we need a solid kite.herculon wrote:can you think of a morphine made out of 20g ripstop nylon, very thin carbon spars, more bridle on the leading edge to support the carbon spars ? what weight have your current morphine kites ?
There is definately more wind than 7knots in that video. At least 9-11knots. I rode in conditions like that just like he did with my 12m SLE recently and the wind was 11knots.kitesurfing: 4-7 knots:
Cooper 10,2 Ultra Light is made out of Skytex 27
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10,2 UL 1565 gram incl bag
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