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Re: Quivers

Postby grigorib » Tue Nov 03, 2020 8:45 pm

I had Rally+Turbine quiver for twintip riding but the more I was getting into foiling the more I needed “smaller than 5m” and there came SST and I needed a lightwind foiling more and there came 9m UFO

So I have two quivers
- one for twintip riding 5/7/9/11 Rally
- second for foiling 4/5/7 SST 9 UFO

Those are almost two different sports so I want different kite models.

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Re: Quivers

Postby BOEMIX » Tue Nov 03, 2020 9:01 pm

I have 10m,14m enduro and old catslyst 7m (enduroish model).

I had a 13m edge and I really miss it some times, cause it had enormous power compared to my actal 14m enduro, but enduro being more faster, it allows me to do kiteloop training in 12-15 knots, which I love!

At the end every kite is a give and take, so I like jack of all trades kites, cause you give up some performance in one discipline to have a more than average in every other, and I can live with that.

I'm mainly foiling and twintipping.

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Re: Quivers

Postby edt » Wed Nov 04, 2020 1:49 am

That's some ridiculous advice aberdovy. Use whatever quiver you like. 8 and 7 are pretty close together your next kite would be a 6 in my opinion but fly what you like

We must be twins boemix 10 14 enduro and 7m fuel here

Any one that says buy kite a kite b kite c just quit listening. They don't know what you like. All you can say is "this is what I like"

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