Dimitri M wrote: Also, the only time I can kite with the INFINITY v3 prototype on the water in (2 to 4 knots) will be only with an SUP board.
And also this is not for every one. In (2 to 4 knots) on the SUP you need to know what you are doing.
But if it is blowing (7 to 9 knots) will be on the OXYGEN v2 board or the REEF 5'7" surf board.
But once again Mr.SupaEZ, please show us some videos of you on your kites in 2 to 4 knots.
Oh and by the way good luck with your light wind kite in 2 to 4 knots.
And few more drove to the parking lot to come and witness what was going on after seen a kite in the water going up wind in NO WIND.
Glad you noticed...i am FAST also in 8 KNOTS...and at making a HUGE 19 move and turn FASTDimitri M wrote:So I see you are back SupaEz, that was fast.
Mr.EZ you constantly tell us all how much better you are at LW while constantly dissing everyone else....please give us some of your own evidence...photo's and vid would be a good place to start!?
I'm begining to think you don't even kiteusrf at all?
Like i said....full of hot air
Well Mr.SupaEZ,Glad you noticed...i am FAST also in 8 KNOTS...and at making a HUGE 19 move and turn FAST
By the way how many how your 12 "LIVE" witnesses on that fateful light wind 2-4kn day.....
....already ordered their V2 or pre-ordered their V3 since witnessing you WALK ON WATER
.....as far as a video of me..there is only only one in the vault...that i only share with select few.
...enjoy this in meantime:
windsuks wrote: Mr.EZ you constantly tell us all how much better you are at LW
I'm beginning to think you don't even kitesurf at all
Hello SupaEZ and thank you for these kind words.Are those your conclusions...from my exchanges with Dimitri....Please don't believe all "you" think
If you read everything properly without getting all emotional..you see that i respect him as a person
Better than him as a kiter in LW...that i never said...as talented skilled at LW than him..no doubt..yes
We both have similar backgrounds..wind wind wind wind is what we know..like second nature.
I just want to mention something about having the biggest kite out there with the most projected area staying up in the air in 2 to 4 knots is not true, because first of all you need to have a kite that is perfectly balanced, plus it needs to be very light and the attachment points on the LE needs to be perfectly placed plus the profile of the kite has a lot to do with it. The reason I know all these things is because we had a prototype made a while back that was 19.4 meters, but had a hard time to keep it in the air in 2 to 5 knots. It was able to stay up in the air in 6 +++ knots and was so slow..... So we canceled this plan and went back to the drawing board.My 19 is that good in LW....because it has much more projected area...with Supalight material....
....and would fly in those 2-4knots Kitty Hawk gradient extra light winds without a doubt
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