davesails7 wrote:I still haven't gotten a chance to try my Dyno LTD 17 (closer to 2013 Dyno than 2012 Dyno) back to back with my 2011 18m Dyno, but that quote about "needs skill" is what I'm seeing after riding the LTD a few times. You have to pay attention when it is light or its going down! I was always amazed how the 2011 would just hang in the sky on its own.
LTD is much faster turning and better relaunch without needing to use the 5th line.
Toby had said the 18m fuse low end didn't hold up to his 2011 Dynos. Did North lose the drawings for the 2011 Dyno or something?
I still haven't gotten a chance to try my Fuse 18, almost 3 months with the kite and nothing, I think I ´ll call Guinness for this record.
Had seessions on12 and 14 but not with 18. The only time I flew it (out of water 5-6 knots) i had this same opnion "You have to pay attention when it is light or its going down! "
I think the translated review should be accurate, the kite wake-ups in 8 to 10 knots. So my sp3 21 won´t be retired.