jwoodunlv wrote:i have the 8m and can also agree that jumping it takes a bit of getting used to. I had it out last tuesday in high 20's to low 40's in the gusts and it would pull me off my edge. I managed to time it right a couple of times though and it will throw your butt to pluto if you get it right. Try going into your jumps with a little less speed and keep your core solid. Send it from a little over 45 degrees. More like around 60 degrees. If you get the timing right you will be rewarded. I've had all my biggest jumps so far on this kite and two of them scared the crap out of me. I also use it strapless in waves and if you depower it, it is a really nice surf kite. It drifts extremely well for a high aspect powerhouse.
Kamikuza wrote:flybykite wrote:The trade in was its price and build quality.
You saying the Ozone isn't built as well?
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