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PostPosted: Thu Apr 29, 2004 8:55 am 
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I used the MONG for a few days and was impressed but I think I would get outta control if too powered up

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arse, i'm gagging to try that board and was up at old hunny yesterday!
reserve it for me saturday....


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 30, 2004 8:57 am 
sounds interesting!

why 'MONG' though?

does it mean something different in French?


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 Post subject: Second Mong session
PostPosted: Sat May 01, 2004 10:02 am 
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Who would have believed that a board has Magic Powers?
After having had a good session with the 13m Ps2 in choppy conditions the wind-gods blessed me with a small wave session (waves on our stretch of east coast are rare).
This time I was out with the PS2 10m and the board really came into its own. On the smaller kites you won't need any larger fins the whole set-up is just fine.
My mate came up to pick up his Mong and used it straight away in the right conditions.
No need to say, he loved it.
It is just so perfect for anything wavey. Because it doesn't just excellerate when a gust hits you but gently increases its speed it stays very controllable and the xtra rocker on both ends really help when you get too much front foot pressure whilst going down a wave.
I don't think the Mong is an essential if you only ride flat water but if you ever consider riding anything remotely wavey then don't go without one.


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