Thanks for your reply. I think I already read your review on the MK10 (in Hungary ?)).aendorphin wrote: ↑Wed Nov 24, 2021 2:54 pmI was riding Obsession MK8, MK9, MK10, MK11, Y25 for 1 year each. I have a lot of experience with them
What exactly do you want to know?
Much different than the MK10 edition. It is more "powerful". It has stonger pop. Slack is not ideal with this kite, I'm still amazed how Adeuri could be Freestyle Vice Champ with this kite twice. I could improve on wakestyle with it though.
MK10 was easier to jump high.
Loops were catching you easier with the MK10. This has very radical loop but I enjoyed it
The best thing in this kite was the "response". The 14m was very good for hangtime. Landing was pretty easy with this kite. You almost just sheet the bar in, and it softens your landing.
I'm also selling my Obsession Y25 9m, 10.5m, 14m
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Yes, I use the bridle setting on "freestyle mode" : it give a more direct feeling and pop, but not really more slack lines. It is good but it could be better
Yes, that was my review using it in Hungary. I was really amazed by that kite. And I still use the 9m size in high windsX-Fly wrote: ↑Wed Nov 24, 2021 4:52 pmThanks for your reply. I think I already read your review on the MK10 (in Hungary ?)).
I would like to know the abilities of the kite (MK11) on freestyle (pop ? slack lines ?) and also the general behaviours of the kite : stability (because it is like a C-shape but with a short bridle), behaviour with strong and gusty wind...
My practise is unhooked freestyle in bottom-middle end of the wind range, and then big air / loops.
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