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Bapt97
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Advice for kites

Postby Bapt97 » Sat May 04, 2013 5:40 pm

Any good advice for a good 7m kite for freestyle/ wakestyle ?

Kite2Heaven
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Re: Advice for kites

Postby Kite2Heaven » Sun May 05, 2013 12:32 am

Red ones jump higher ;)

L0KI
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Re: Advice for kites

Postby L0KI » Sun May 05, 2013 1:34 am

Andre Phillip says the RPM is where it's at! :)
Lots of choices really for small freestyle kites.
Depends on how far toward that direction you want to go.
Full on C kites (four and five line)- Fuel, Best GP, Airush Razor, Switch Combat, Epic Judge, North Vegas, RRD Obsession Pro, Naish Torch, LF HiFi X, Mutiny P Series.
Bridled C kites- Ozone C4, Nobile 50Fifty, Blade Prime, SS RPM, Airush Varial X, Hadlow ID, Core GTS2.
There are good all arounders that will do freestyle too- Wainmans, Screamers, etc.
Probably lots more I did not think of.
You probably need to watch several hours of YouTube vids to start with, before you even get to narrowing it down to what you might want to try to demo.


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