ChickenTikka wrote:A set of golf clubs.
DrLightWind wrote: Please move on and try different equipment to develop more fun in kiteboarding activity.
Trust me light wind riding is a pain of a butt without the right combo
U-C my user name, it's for a reason
Innis wrote:Interesting that you would suggest that "I" have it mixed up.
I was agreeing with Abel and there are others who agree with us too,
so I guess you're suggesting that we all have it mixed up.
Even FredBGG posted "A big flat board is important...".
FredBGG wrote:A big flat board is important,
but add a really good low wind kite like the Flysurfer Speed 2
and you have a winning combination.
The sport is called kitesurfing for a reason......the kite IS very important.
However, if people perceive that it's just one person you're disagreeing with it
makes what you say sound more credible.
I'm sure the username you chose for yourself adds to your perceived credibility too.
SupaEZ wrote:Hello TKITEBOARD. Yes the Dyno is great light wind kite.I tested the 18M w/2.5m extensions(total 27.5m lines)using North Freerace twin fin,Whip 5'7" & Kontact 5'9".For a tube kite it is the closest in smooth power than the speed 3 21M.Can not go in as low of wind however by about one knot.Not bad considering that it is 3M smaller.Was not tested with a full blown raceboard.My threshold in summer wind was 8 knots(9.2mph) to fly upwind with Dyno.Take note it is quite a workout to pump if you do all by hand.It is not one pump. 7 struts and impressive leading edge.Electric pump for leading edge is what i did while i pumped the struts.In a side by side test comparing against speed3 15M deluxe the Dyno 18 clearly had more power and was more fun in waves in 9.5knots (10.9mph) using Whip 5'7" Dyno is primarily a race kite but in experienced hands works well for use in waves. SupaEZ
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