marlboroughman wrote:I would put the bar in the second place of importance. First you have to get a small board. Toby if I remember correctly uses 128/38 for his 95 kg weight. I use 126/37 for my 75 kg. So you can handle the bigger kite and still initiate a good pop. I would say most kites have sufficient depower. A lot of bars have stoppers which do the job. Because I ride in choppy waters I use smaller kites because I just can't hold the edge like in the flat water and I stick to the stopper because it makes me feel safer. My point is until you sort out the board the bar is not "thaaaat" important except for the stopper.
Dyno 18...And a personal question for Toby: Man, lets imagine that you just somehow "lost" you 19m Dyno kite & your bar now. What are you steps to get a new set of everything? Will u buy old North bar? New model without ML? Or what?
correct.Toby if I remember correctly uses 128/38 for his 95 kg weight.
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