Didn't see this thread. I have one for sale in great shape lolheinzbush wrote:Hi Guys,
finally found a Dyno 2011 in 16m... It's on its way and I should get it within a couple of days. Just some questions I have in advance:
- How would the "power" compare to "today's kites", e.g. will I be able to compare the 16m Dyno to a 14m Switchblade or Rally in terms of "wind range, ride ability"? Of course its a different kite, thats why I wanted it, but I'm just wondering how it "fits into my quiver"... I currently have a 12m and 14m Rally, and I am wondering if I can sell my 14m now since I have the 16... (I am using the kites together with my wife, so that's why I have kites closer to each other, e.g. 12, 14 Rally plus a 17m Contra)...
- I intend to fly it with a 4-Line bar (Cab or Slingshot)... It should work fine (equal line lengths, single frontline safety), but I am worried about relaunch... is it really such a bit&% to get back in the air once I dump it in the water?
yes and it was not happy, it was much less stable and felt soft, it would fly but not great as it did on 5 lines,Toby wrote:did anyone else fly the Dyno 2011 with 4 lines?
I fly the 13m2 Dyno 2011 on 4 lines, now, works great for hydrofoiling in 7-9 knots, and I got nothing to use the 5th line for.Toby wrote:did anyone else fly the Dyno 2011 with 4 lines?
nothing wrong with the valves, just too many of them,heinzbush wrote:Thanks guys!
Would be interested in more experiences flown with 4-lines. I didn't buy this kite as a "light wind option", the contrary, I'm more interested in the high end to go huge when the wind is up...
what's up with the valves? I bought a tube of aqua-seal, just in case... I live in super hot conditions, should I start to prepare myself mentally that I will have to re-glue all the valves?
Found mine at a shop that still had one lying around, if someone has a 18 - please let me know!
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