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North Dyno 2012

Postby Toby » Mon Feb 27, 2012 11:00 am

North News:

Dyno 2012

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- Ultra Lightwind Design
- Best Lowend of the NKB Range
- Best Upwind Performance of the NKB Range
- Feels like way smaller Kites
- Light and powerful
- 4-Line Kite with 5th Line Ability

The Dyno stretches the boundaries of what was thought to be possible in a light wind inflatable kite. Utilizing the highest quality lightweight fabrics the Dyno’s specialized construction allows it to fly in super light wind and create more efficient power than a heavier kite of equal size. The Dyno’s optimized canopy profile offers unparalleled upwind performance and superior low-end grunt for steady and predictable parked power that carries you through wind lulls. Besides it’s impressive light wind abilities many of Dyno’s free-ride attributes, like steady bar feel, quick turning and generous depower, also happen to make it the number one choice for our world cup race team. With multiple world championship race titles to its name, the Dyno is clearly a highly competitive course-racing kite, but it is also equally at home free-riding and boosting huge jumps.

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Re: North Dyno 2012

Postby ChristoffM » Mon Feb 27, 2012 6:43 pm

Seven struts plus battens? Sounds heavy, but fast. The lightweight material must be very good to make up for extra struts? Probably has a thin leading edge which helps.

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Re: North Dyno 2012

Postby RalfsB » Mon Feb 27, 2012 9:07 pm

Does it have one-pump system or one needs to inflate all 8 points?

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Re: North Dyno 2012

Postby panchito » Wed Feb 29, 2012 10:23 pm

EH Ovando anyone ?

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Re: North Dyno 2012

Postby Toby » Thu Mar 01, 2012 2:37 am

the kite is pretty light.
no one pump, because of weight issues.
more hassle to pump, but if you have a problem with leaking tubes, it is an advantage...also if you have a problem on the water...so, you lose here, you win there.

The leading edge is not really thin...pretty big!


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