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Hannay
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Re: Ozone C4

Postby Hannay » Thu Apr 29, 2010 10:51 am

zap78 wrote:11 and 7....otherwise with 10m you are not well powered in 15 Knots.
It's alwais better a little more power than get angry on the beach :angryfire:
With 11 you are sure from 15 to 23-24 knots....


I agree but the wind range was 18 and above to be nicely powered.

It is a fast kite with great power generation on the upstroke of the sine wave too so you can always juice the kite for power.

Iain

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Re: Ozone C4

Postby zap78 » Thu Apr 29, 2010 8:42 pm

At the end I think there is no much difference between 10 and 11... but I thought a kite for a big range of utilization...
Asparp you are very lucky that in your spot the wind is from 18 to 28 frequently :wink:

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Re: Ozone C4

Postby markmcir » Fri Apr 30, 2010 12:23 am

yes, wudnt we all love 18-28 knots 8)

for me, if I was buying again, it would be 13 and 10 instead of 13 and 9. Low end of 9 is not as much as that from Sport+. Top end is great, 35knots, but I use the 7 happily then.

btw, 90kg, 132*40.

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Re: Ozone C4

Postby asparp » Fri Apr 30, 2010 5:22 am

Yes we have really good wind conditions from december till end of july here in Merida, Mexico.
As a matter of fact we all have just a 10m kite here as it work from 15 to 30knots...and during the summer we have a light breeze from the north east: 12-15 knots, but nobody kite because it is "too light!" They go wakeboarding! Sorry :jump: But that the truth!
I might get a 13m C4 in july for the light wind as I don't have a boat!!!

The thing is I am getting C4's at a good price if I buy more than 2 (To promotr it here)...and as I wanted a smaller kite than the 10m I made the decision to go for it, but I never had a smaller kite than a 10m...I wanted an 8m but they don't make it...7 m seems so small....

So just to sum up, for a 75kg guy with a 130 x 37 TT, for hunhooked navigation when can i expect going out with the 7m ? And how far can I handle a 10m or 11m (still hunhooked)
Is there is not too much gap?
If you say that the 7m is great over 22-23 knots, I am fixed! Then I will go for a 10 m or 11m in the 15-25knots, less I will go for the 13...and It will last many years, as I might use it just 5 times a year! :thumb:

Good Winds!

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Re: Ozone C4

Postby Den-Zmey » Thu May 06, 2010 11:00 pm

some video about C4


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Re: Ozone C4

Postby Air Padre » Fri May 21, 2010 10:41 pm

Here are some photos of use riding the Ozone C4 in South Padre Island while landboarding!

see more photos at on the Air Padre Kiteboarding website.


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Re: Ozone C4

Postby TimS » Sat Jul 17, 2010 10:47 pm

Hi all,

How fast is the 11m C4 , are kiteloops do-able (without hard landings :D) because that's the biggest i want to buy or should i take the 10m ? My weight is 70kg's and want to go out with 15/16 knots.

What should be my 2nd kite the 7m ?

Going to test the C4 in a few weeks, but i think i will like it.

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Re: Ozone C4

Postby Kinki » Wed Sep 08, 2010 4:02 pm

For 77 kgr, surfboard & Ozone Sport+ 7m with 20 m lines i can upwind and surf confortable since 17 knts.

Can i get this power sailing with a C4 7m and 20 m lines ?

thanks


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