70663Re: [ksurf] NAISH X4 16M KITESURING KITE controle setup H E L P plz
- Jul 7, 2008thanks for the advice even though i know your probably right i will
probably ignore it (i do that allot)
i had some lessons given to me for my "ehemh cough" birthday.lol but
theay went tits up as a company.
i am the kind of nut that grabs the bull by the horns much to the
amusement of my mates.
when i flew my nassa for the first time as i was dragged and bumped
over the rocks at llanaber north wales in A 15 mph of shore,
never used break lines before and didn't see the need for the things.
(any how the bruise that went down the right hand side of my body from
face to shin healed in about 5 or 6 weeks no biggy)
the reason i got my nassa was because the guy in the shop said the
smaller version killed a guy the week before.
(dragged him through a wall)
i was thinking YES REAL POWER as i handed him the cash.
i can fly and jump it now using my old climbing harness tied to my
bars lol bit daft i know but,
acting with out thinking can be entertaining at times.
using my nassa to power my kayak across the lake at bala when i lost
wind half way across, i ended up with a wet kite, and dumbo, thought
there was no need to take the paddle, so ended up swimming towing a
boat and 10 mtrs of soggy kite.
try it its kind of fun on a warm day.
so what can you advise to minimise death? lol
death makes you antisocial, i had a mate that caught death he never
comes round or calls any more.
having someone put me in the right direction would be nice so i dont
waist cash on stuff i dont need .
i do fully intend to use it on land before i take to the sea start off
small in ponds(on short lines) and work my way up.
and as for the safety of others i dont intend to have a crowd to watch
the fool for the first time (apart from me mate dave, my old climbing
partner, who takes great delight watching the stone monkey getting
banged up on rocks.
take it easy
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, George <ynotkite@...> wrote:
> I'm glad to hear you're getting (or getting back ) into flying
kites. However, much has
> changed over the years...
> Kitesurfing can be dangerous. Search on 'kiteforum.com' for
'fatalities' and you'll see what
> I mean.
> For your safety (and the safety of others) and your enjoyment,
> I recommend that you take lessons first. Your life is valuable!
During the lessons, many of your
> questions will be answered, and the money you spend will be well
> Have fun!
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: lord_stone_monkey <lord_stone_monkey@...>
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Monday, July 7, 2008 2:09:56 AM
> Subject: [ksurf] NAISH X4 16M KITESURING KITE controle setup H E L P plz
> HI i was wandering if any one could help me i just got a naish x4 16m
> (off my other half as a prezzie) and although im a old hand at kite
> flying having one of the first peter powle stunt kites (about 33 years
> ago lol)and one of the original flexifoil 10 footer and nassa wing for
> my buggy (slow but powerful) and a few foils in between i understand
> the dynamics of the wind but NEVER used a bar for controlling a kite
> TO THE QUESTION :
> can any one recommend a decent control bar and harness for this
> kite(in the cheap ish bracket)as it has not got one. (kite only).
> And why you would recommend it.
> am i better of with 4 or 5 line set up or even if i can use a 5 line
> set up. i have explored the net for answers but this only confuses the
> issue further.
> it all started with me geting a side winder board out of my local
> paper about 7 years ago for 10£.
> but i want to give it the best of British try any how, before deciding
> to go for the mega bucks dogs nuts thing, and spending a years wage on
> a set up lol. any advice at this stage would be good.
> thanks in advance
> stone monkey
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