I guess thats because most of the problems are not real problems Hung. The
"problems" have been blown out of proportion by pimps for other brands
that did not or do not have a bow kite.
So some "problems" are not problems at all, and therefore do not need to be
All the flat and bow kites on the market have been out for max 6 months so I
think it is a bit premature to be calling any of them second gen yet.
Behalf Of hungvu2000@...
Sent: Thursday, 9 March 2006 10:39 AM
Subject: Re: [ksurfschool] Are new flat LEIs worth it?
Kitepower Sydney wrote:
>Bruno spent time with the Cabrinha kite designer, in China, in secret
>refining the Crossbow and switchblade designs, and he has stated that they
>are closest to his preferred design, He is working on refining the design
>even more and has stated that most of the initial and minor problems, can
Thanks Steve. Sounds like Bruno did confirm the initial minor problems
in the first batch of his bow kites (as I heard directly from other
kiters) and agreed with me that those minor problems can be overcome.
Why did he stated MOST and not ALL? Aren't they pretty straight forward
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