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Viron3 in 8m for light Wind foiling? Good Idea?

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Re: Viron3 in 8m for light Wind foiling? Good Idea?

Postby TilmanHH » Fri Sep 11, 2020 4:45 pm

The 6m is okay in above 23 knots. Smooth while riding, but very little power to get it going.

Super easy relaunch. Don't buy it, but if you have nothing else in the van it's okay.

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Re: Viron3 in 8m for light Wind foiling? Good Idea?

Postby Foil » Fri Sep 11, 2020 5:32 pm

one very good quality about the Viron.
its bomb proof, you simply cant break it, dive it into hard sand and it makes a big boom as it hits, but that's it, no cell damage, so perfect for teaching absolute no hopers who just cant stop battering it into the ground, flag beach kite school use a squadron of them. but never on the water.


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