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Re: 6 and 4 m2 ?

Postby Alysum » Fri Aug 28, 2020 2:18 am

I have a SMIK 4m + 6m and I could do with a 5m for that sweet spot for my conditions in Sydney.

The top end of wings is amazing as you have so much control and it's easy to depower but you also want the smallest wing possible as it's easier to handle.

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Re: 6 and 4 m2 ?

Postby Peter_Frank » Sat Sep 05, 2020 10:23 am

Just a follow up from here, have had the Echo 4 and 6 m2 for some time now, loving these.

But kept my old really used and worn V1, it fits in brilliantly in between.
Not nearly as rigid and pumpable no, but perfect crossover.

So I dont actually know if 6 and 4 could work ha haa, sorry :rollgrin:

Nice late afternoon yesterday, with the "old" one, both me and the wing :naughty:


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