RE: [ksurf] Kites for schools and beginner to intermediate kiters
- er that would be a foil.....a nice stable kite such as a PL bomba or FS Voodoo are just what you need. The FS kites relaunch hyper easily easily as well so it takes that fustration out of the equation for beginners. -----
From: Adam Campbell [mailto:adsonthemove@...]
Sent: Fri 29/10/2004 02:40
Subject: Re: [ksurf] Kites for schools and beginner to intermediate kiters
How about a kite that doesn't fall in on itself when
the wind drops, and so doesn't experience line twists.
I am finding this a frustrating problem while
learning. (I have a 2004 cabrinha CO2)
Any hints on how to prevent this would be great too...
Adam C. (Melbourne)
--- Hung Vu <hungvu2000@...> wrote:
> I am designing a kite for schools, beginners and
> intermediate kiters and
> will build some kites for my school. I am thinking
> of the following
> attributes of the kites:
> 1- Easy to relaunch
> 2- Easy to go upwind
> 3- Stable
> 4- Lots of depower
> 5- Smooth power
> 6- Can take some abuse
> Any other attributes you think would be useful for a
> school, beginner
> and intermediate kite?
> P.S., Some of these attributes are contradictory but
> at least we know
> about them and work on them.
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