Re: My pansh Aurora2
Posted: Wed Nov 09, 2016 1:02 am
It's amazing how effective a simple zip can be. I almost like them again. I don't know why flysurfer did somethings they did.
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So much easier to put away than my diablo. but then they are weight weenie's.foilholio wrote:It's amazing how effective a simple zip can be. I almost like them again. I don't know why flysurfer did somethings they did.
How is bar pressure? A15 has zero bar pressure when stationary at 12. I mean zero. By comparison my Sonic bar feels almost medium, although it really is light. Extremely light and numb feel on bar is perhaps the worst characteristic of A15. I'm curious about Aurora2 in light fabric (12 or 15) as a possible option, if for nothing else than to prolong life of my Sonic. I never quite fell for A15 other than 9m. Larger sizes are too slow (across wind window) for me.Regis-de-giens wrote:So ! I received the Aurora V2 , light cloth, 15m2.
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This is a unbeatable quality/price ratio, for a modern and light weight kite having a good stability, pull and upwind angle, direct out-of-the bag. Relative Slow turning radius shall be compensated by a large bar (55/60 cm) , so freestyle or surf is not its favorite application; For light-wind freeride and hangtime it behaves very good. Not tested for foil but I would say it should be considered for medium / heavy riders only.
No idea personally. But with a higher aspect and more tapered tips, I'm gonna say size for size it should be quicker than an a15borist wrote:I'm sure Aurora is no Sonic in speed. I'm rather curious how much faster it is compared to A15?