All you have to do is stop lying, it's that simple. When you make things up, it doesn't help anyone on this site. No one is foiling on an 11m LEI in 4-7 mph. Maybe that's what your inaccurate wind meter read, but you should have the experience to know that it is wrong and make the corrections yourself, rather than spread false information.
You thought I was hiding details when I copy/cropped the meter pic, so I linked you the meter and the only thing you can come back with is "stop lying"?
This isn't a light wind thread where I'm trying to convince anyone of my unbelievable feats. So exactly, "why make things up?" Read the details of my posts again, particularly where I said I was on the 9m and actually had a session when there was wind.
I posted what I measured with my handheld, meter and GPS log details of what wasn't even a session, just a TEST. YES, it's possible to launch and YES, it's possible to get going in those winds with a light weight 11m kite. TO GET GOING. Read this next part slowly, TO GET GOING. But you wont be doing it for long and it's not going to be fun. Check the GPS log, the whole thing lasted barely a couple of min before I said I dropped the kite back on the beach.
When's the last time you tried to launch in such light wind? And what kites did you try with? I have four kites in my quiver around this size range: 2012 Switchblade 11m, 2015 Rally 12, 2016 SST 12m and a 2015 Cabo v3 11m. Out of those kites the only one that would launch in under ten is the Cabo.
So when you come out talking shit, back it up with some relevant data kid. Just calling me a liar only makes you look stupid.