First PMU, arnt you supposed to be in Egypt taking up Armins challenge.......thats wright ........no balls when you name is called up.......... Whateversgt. Salty wrote:Some ram-kiters told we they still like a LEI in strong wind more, but prefer Rams in low wind.
I'm LEI-lover, but if I get a chance to try a Flysurfer this year, I'll do it. I'm impressed by there work, and I like it that them develope something different, which might bring up totally new results. More companies should try to reinvent themself, instead of selling nearly the same kites every year with some added gadgets.
BTW: This is why cheap kitebrand enter the market now, because it is no secret any more how to build a good LEI.
My experience is different. My friend's Rhino II 20 is better in light winds but in stronger winds the greater range of my foils means I can ride on when others are overpowered. Also, when launching a bridled foil with no air in it is very docile so launch surge or mishaps are just about impossible. I have once accidentally tried to launch with a front and rear swapped and the kite just flopped around on the beach.sgt. Salty wrote:Some ram-kiters told we they still like a LEI in strong wind more, but prefer Rams in low wind.
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