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Pansh 12m A15 ultralight with Jackomixer wow

Postby S2000kitesurfer » Fri Mar 13, 2020 8:55 pm

This just hangs in the air when my 12m flysurfer would 💯 fall out the sky.
Definitely game changer 😍.
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Re: Pansh 12m A15 ultralight with Jackomixer WOW

Postby kiteykitekite » Fri Mar 13, 2020 10:56 pm

Interesting where did you get that A15 AR number from?

The A15 is a good kite, it will be interesting to hear you compare it to the Soul after you have spent more time on it.
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Re: Pansh 12m A15 ultralight with Jackomixer WOW

Postby jyka » Fri Mar 13, 2020 11:22 pm

"No wind at all" and lots of wind noise to camera mic :D
But at least it flies pretty well. It would be interesting to see Pansh hydrofoiling in marginal winds.. 4-8 knots.

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Re: Pansh 12m A15 ultralight with Jackomixer wow

Postby kiteykitekite » Sat Mar 14, 2020 4:21 am

Yes it is interesting but more it is gusty and light. Some times when like that you can feel wind well before it gets to the kite on the ground. The wind takes a few seconds to reach it cause it's so slow.

I saw the thread on facebook about the AR. I am not sure on the AR, it seems around 5 to me.

If you like to tinker you can try out the no C mod. I am looking to advance it more for better turn though.

I think the A15 is due for an update. So much potential, with jackomixer, no C. If the kite was a bit thinner profile, more depower so A forward, moved Z mostly all back, moved B forward, redid tip bridles for no C, redid tip for no Z bridle, reduced cell count, changed internals for no C, lighter fabric and maybe lighter internal design, longer mini ribs in rear maybe. It could be a....Soul killer. Only thing would stop it is a Psycho6.

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Re: Pansh 12m A15 ultralight with Jackomixer wow

Postby Adventure Logs » Sat Mar 14, 2020 7:49 pm

kiteykitekite wrote:
Sat Mar 14, 2020 4:21 am
Yes it is interesting but more it is gusty and light. Some times when like that you can feel wind well before it gets to the kite on the ground. The wind takes a few seconds to reach it cause it's so slow.

I saw the thread on facebook about the AR. I am not sure on the AR, it seems around 5 to me.

If you like to tinker you can try out the no C mod. I am looking to advance it more for better turn though.

I think the A15 is due for an update. So much potential, with jackomixer, no C. If the kite was a bit thinner profile, more depower so A forward, moved Z mostly all back, moved B forward, redid tip bridles for no C, redid tip for no Z bridle, reduced cell count, changed internals for no C, lighter fabric and maybe lighter internal design, longer mini ribs in rear maybe. It could be a....Soul killer. Only thing would stop it is a Psycho6.
The thing is that the Soul isn't designed for the ultimate low wind. Its more of a bridge between foil and lei kites.

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Re: Pansh 12m A15 ultralight with Jackomixer wow

Postby S2000kitesurfer » Sat Mar 14, 2020 8:46 pm

Trust me the wind was really dropping to near nothing 😀.
I just have a cheap Huawei phone 🤣.
I've flown the flysurfer soul here in identical conditions. It didn't fare so well 🙈.
Im positive this would be more stable than the soul.But most importantly save me lots of swims when the wind suddenly drops to 3 knots.I still think the soul would jump bigger and maybe relaunch under 5 knots easier.But But But for £400 delivered 4x cheaper 🤷.

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Re: Pansh 12m A15 ultralight with Jackomixer wow

Postby kiteykitekite » Sat Mar 14, 2020 11:32 pm

A Pansh phone :lol: I hear they are quite good, market leaders in some areas too 8) I say watch out for Pansh, things might be about to get more interesting :wink: .

I never looked at the Soul weights before and yes it is a little heavy. The 6m is the same weight as the Genesis.
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Re: Pansh 12m A15 ultralight with Jackomixer wow

Postby S2000kitesurfer » Tue Mar 17, 2020 3:13 pm

Just tried the 9m a15 with Jackomixer
Not as much depower as the Genesis but av 19/20 knots static it's a jumping machine.

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Re: Pansh 12m A15 ultralight with Jackomixer wow

Postby Regis-de-giens » Tue Mar 17, 2020 4:19 pm

it is great that you do so much tests with this mod ; could you also test the mod of a diablo line or Malabar ? It would be great to get your comparison on a kite like a15 12m or 9m ; depower should be better by the way , my guess.
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Re: Pansh 12m A15 ultralight with Jackomixer wow

Postby Windigo1 » Tue Mar 17, 2020 5:00 pm

I did the Diablo mod on my Aurora 2 22M I'll report when I test it. If it's good I'll do it on the Aurora 3 15M.


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