Re: Naish Mutant 4.8 2003
- Thanks for the reply. I was surprised the first time I lifted the
4.8, with that weight.
I thought the board was bullit proof - thought the board was carbon
all the way through :-) well, maybe not, but something close.
Do you know under what circumstances the boards break and what level
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "aussiekitesurfer" <the.creeds@b...>
> Hi, Real nice board I wreckon. Mate has one here (Adam Kochs old
> board!) and he LOVES it. It is a bit heavy for a board that size
> and I have heard of durability problems (a few people have snapped
> them) but its awesome fun to ride both ways, hooks upwind when
> powered, great on the waves and cause of shape its bottom end is
> good also. At your weight the board should be fast enough to go
> upwind in 12 knots on your 18.
> --- In email@example.com, "skjoldmortensen" <srm@k...> wrote:
> > What's the opion on the Naish 4.8 mutant?
> > Is it fast enough for the X2 and similar kites?
> > What's the low end for this board is it possible to go upwind in
> > knots?
> > My weight is 75 kg, level: intermediate, kites sizes: X2 10 + 18
> > old AR5 11.5, AB11.8, old board: 5.10 directional)
> > Hope you can help me out here.
> > :-)
> > Skjold