27157Re: ARC 840?
- Mar 5, 2001Hello Roy
I guess it all comes down to what you think you like the best,
everyone can say this and that, but its what you like the look of
really. I learnt with a cquad(a lot of swimming and towing because i
could not afford a Naish or Wipika, thats the only inflatables when i
learnt really). I have just started a business in Warrnambool
Australia, Windy Waves, and i am dealing from home, hence no
overheads. I think my prices are very very good, so let us know what
you are after and i shall give you a price, but i think the Arcs are
great value for money, i have just oredered the 460 and 840 myslf.
I also have 2 Prodesigns, 4 and 7m Foils. A 2.2, 4.2, 6.3, 8.5 and
are thinking of an 12.5 Cquad, i like these kites obviously, i also
have 2 Cabrinhas on their way, April 1st hopefully. Anyway reply to
me and i shall see what price i can give you, unbeatable i think.
--- In kitesurf@y..., "Roy Payne" <roy.payne=kite@b...> wrote:
> Help starting out - What to buy? - ARC?
> Directional board (still deciding brand/size), 10-15kts average -
> more. Would a ARC 840 be a good choice or the 1120? The cost of
> inflatables put me off these even though they may be better for
> If the 1120 is preferred for this wind will it be possible to learn
> I cannot find much information on 'real' wind/weight performance
> kites - can anyone provide some feedback here?
> I was considering converting one of my old wave boards to learn on
> initially - I realise it would be too big & heavy to jump - has
> used old boards? (8'6 pintail - no I don't have a surfboard to
> thought this may enable me to get the basics on the wave board and
> purchase a more advanced & smaller directional or twin tip.
> Years of windsurf & some stunt kite experience.
> NB I weigh ~ 75kg.
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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