i can see what your saying Frank, and it's the aim for me as well,Frank Rosin wrote: ↑Mon Aug 13, 2018 11:29 pm
I can not follow this idea... it is not like this for me.
Both, 633 and 637 can be ridden overpowered, but when really on the edge I prefer the 637 for sure.
I guess as so often, it is personal preference and experience !?
Anyways, great wings
But I am not quite there yet,
yesterday I was not in great control on my 637 race wing, the water was choppy with 3-4 ft confused waves all over, wind was gusty with hard pushes at times, I loved the speed and smoothness of the 637, going into turns was interesting but a little scary as my speed made focusing on the swells difficult, and looking round into the turns was again heart stopping at times as bigger swells were picking me up and adding more speed, I just needed to slow things down a little in the wavy gusty conditions,
back to shore and changed to the 633, same mast position, same kite, but instant control,
and that's part of my problem, the 633 is so dam easy to use and enjoy, it has stopped me practicing on the race wing, which I need to do to be able to really enjoy it in challenging conditions,
but I have a plan.
I am off to lake Como for 2 weeks in a few days, no waves, so the race wing will be the wing of choice for 2 weeks,
practice makes perfect as they say,
and chasing down windsurfers will be great fun, zoom zoom