Wind range is indicative only based on an average rider weight of 80kg. Actual range will vary based on rider skill level, type of board used and line length. The R1 V3 was designed and tested with lines ranging from 11m to 25m. Bar sizes and line lengths listed are our standard recommendation. We recommend advanced riders use shorter lines (11m to 21m) when racing.windrider1 wrote: ↑Sun Dec 02, 2018 8:28 amWhats up with ozones windranges for their foil kites, is this some type of new and improved material or are the specs for a rider weighing 40 kg/95lbs . An 18m that tops out at a max windrange of 13 knts and starts to fly in 2 knts ,,, a 7m that tops out at 27knts ? I dont think so.
No, I don't think so. Seamless structure would not be better and it would have many difficulties for manufacture.Horst Sergio wrote: the new V3.2 seems to have maybe not even one sewing which would mean upper and lower canopy beeing one piece?
Bridle spacing seems to be (mostly) 1-3-1-3... which is a good choice. It could be 3-3-3-3... but then primary bridle lines would be longer (but not so many). Price will be highHorst Sergio wrote: so no complex 2-level bridle and no extra wide span between connecting points along kite span, does this mean it could get down a bit with the price?
I doubt it. R1V3 is not quite equal to Sonic VMG by its specs but very probably performance is comparable. However line drag is lower in VMG and it has miniribs.Horst Sergio wrote: so possible to outperform those modern high complex FS sonics race/vmg
It was never up on the site officially. hence the "hide" at the end of the URL. Some people decided to share the link of the unfinished page prematurely. The main background picture was of the old Trifin Formula Kiteboards FFS.
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