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 Post subject: Yarga pro! i dont think i ever tried a better kite.
PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2005 10:55 pm 
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Dont trick your head with what to buy next season!
Buy a Yaga pro!
no other brand, no other model!
Althoug some guys like highger aspect kites... (And thats fine Alex!)
The new Y-pro will give u all u need, in a perfect balance.
Here is only my own personal taste and my filosophy. I would like to explain it without saying anybody tastes are wrong.
I kite, since the begining, i teach beginers and advanced in tarifa and also, designg boards and coach world class riders...
I have also test kites for magazines and some brands as wipika or cabrinha...
I have always told them what to change.. (while they never listened...)

Well there is nothing to change in the Y-pro cause its perfect!
fast turning in a balanced axis, great depower, forget about jellyfishing, doesnt flaps, it has perfect bar pressure (high when u carve but low in the air in power moves) ,20 per cent more upwind to last year kites, light feel, easy relaunch...
Its a dream kite.
Here is my filosophy. Easy flying kites make sport easier and your own goals closer to reach.
Go simple.
Go yarga Pro.
Note: I dont work for best. I just loved the kite! i am not kissing anybody ass! and all i want is to make the sport grow, and you to improve to give more credit to kiteboarding ass the great sport that is is and that i think is going to become, it have been just 5 years of it and im happy how best made it afordable and simple...
If you are tired of bein tricked and want a kite that puts u on the water and will bring out the best of u buy a Y-pro
AMEN.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2005 11:26 pm 
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2 posts, i dont belive you.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2005 11:45 pm 
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Well there is nothing to change in the Y-pro cause its perfect!


We'll see if you're still flying one in 5 years time then. :D

Good to see you're enthusiastic about them at least


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2005 1:22 am 
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oh well, strike one to boundless enthusiasm


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2005 1:42 am 
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WT@ is this? hahaha
This is the same guy that posted the seemingly "innocent, non-biased test of the switchblade vs wallamaroomanakaka", now posting a completely marketed reply. Note the excessive use of exclamation marks, the misspell of "philosophy" and the marketing style propaganda.

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Dont trick your head with what to buy next season!
Buy a Yaga pro!
no other brand, no other model!


Hahaha, where have i heard this before? "All other kites obsolete"

The 2 posts and join date are rediculously suspicious, and these random occurrences were in full swing during Hellfish scandal.

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Its a dream kite.
20 per cent more upwind to last year kites.
Well there is nothing to change in the Y-pro cause its perfect!
Go simple.
Go yarga Pro.

Seriously, whoever typed this up must realy think we're a bunch of morons. It's like his whole review is a series of 'catchy slogans' to try hammer in the Best brand image.

At the end of it all, what did he realy say about the kite at all? I still have no idea how this kite might be expected to perform or ANYTHING, all i'm left with is a whole bunch of praise and marketing hype, but no review.

Now, i'm not saying the Yargo Pro or the wallanakakaamaroo is a crap kite, as I'd have no idea. But if a company has to resort to filling forums with bullsh!t, it's only fair they get criticism back. And whilst the bow-fans might have done similar, I must remind you that they always pointed out the bar pressure, inverting etc, it was clearly not an advertisement for the most part, and was generally posted by long term members.

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I dont work for best. i am not kissing anybody ass!

Oh sorry guys, I didn't read that line! My most sincere apologies, Mr.Best told us he doesn't work for Best, so it MUST be true. :bye:


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2005 2:44 pm 
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As I posted in the Waroo v Switchblade thread, SurferAzul is a guy named Carlos from Tarifa. He's tested kites for many magazines and other brands including Wipika & Cabrinha and he is now filming a video/DVD of Alvaro Onieva. He's had a lot of opportunity to ride the Yarga Pro and he's obviously excited about it, but he's sincere and not a paid flunky...

Cheers


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2005 5:02 pm 
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give the guy a break, english aint his first language..


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2005 1:23 am 
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I didn't mean to nit-pick on his language!
But he's mighty good with slogans :thumb:

Anyway enough, enough :bye:
back to normality


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 Post subject: yarga pro
PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2005 2:36 pm 
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I was in Tarifa last weekend, and there were plenty of Best kiters on the beach, testing/demoing the Yarga pro. As for me, I was switching between my old kites and the GKsonic, which I was testing. I wrote some comments on that elsewhere.

I must say that, from what I saw, I was quite impressed with the new Yargas. The wind was really shit - horribly gusty, and very low lulls. The same people were riding the same 12 or 13m yargas in a range of wind between 12 and 25 knots. (Of course, sining and looping like crazy in the low end to get power, but still). I started with the 16, then the wind rose, I rigged the 12, did some more, then was overpowered on the 12 again... all this time, these guys were riding the same kite and did not seem to mind the gusts which made it really difficult for me to keep the edge.

My conclusion was that the range and the gust handling on the new yargas must really be very good. So for those who are looking for these features but do not want to go with the bows, I would definitely suggest test riding the yarga pro.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2005 3:10 pm 
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gumball wrote:
.......he's obviously excited about it, but he's sincere and not a paid flunky...

Cheers



That's the problem with paying flunkys.
It's a little like crying, "wolf".

how you gonna know?

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