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yehudaeldan
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North Dyno some help with small sizes

Postby yehudaeldan » Sat Sep 03, 2016 9:58 am

Hi all,

Does anyone have any experience with 2015/6 dyno 10m?

How is it for jumping/boosting?

I've flown a rebel 10m and core xr3 10m which were great boosters(core especially)

Also fly a 15m dyno 2015 which has great hang but less height...

Would be happy to hear on the small dyno sizes...

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Re: North Dyno some help with small sizes

Postby OldGuy » Sun Sep 04, 2016 9:03 pm

I'm a 150 lbs. On a 25+mph ave windy day the 2015 7m Dyno will scare you until you get use to the "new looks" by being so high.........I don't think they make a 6m. Only 5,7, in the small sizes. Hang time is also terrific.

yehudaeldan
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Re: North Dyno some help with small sizes

Postby yehudaeldan » Mon Sep 05, 2016 5:20 am

Great!
Just bought a used 10m from ebay (im 215 lbs)

Cant wait for it to arrive

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Re: North Dyno some help with small sizes

Postby Teabageppo » Mon Sep 05, 2016 5:58 am

um ...oh...

Listen be real careful guys, those kites are not built for serious load based jumping.

Exquisite kite that flies like no other becuase of the strut leading front line bridal connections, but alas they don't stand up real well to heavy jump loading.

yehudaeldan
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Re: North Dyno some help with small sizes

Postby yehudaeldan » Mon Sep 05, 2016 4:53 pm

Well, my mighty, well flown, no repairs, used once a month core xr3 just failed when a front line broke, transfering the force to the back line - ripping the kite... So Core has some engenirring flaw... From my 15m dyno i think the dyno wont be good at crashing/punctures but it seems very well built in terms of load disturbution...

Sorry about my english...
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