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Re: [ksurf] Best? who's flown the waroo?

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  • M Silva
    ... That s because the waroo is not as flat as the xbow. In smaller sizes, the winds power is much stronger, making differences between kites less noticeable.
    Message 1 of 11 , Apr 4, 2006
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      On 4/3/06 9:46 PM, "Jan W Couhig" <stochastic@...> wrote:

      > Has anyone else noticed that as the waroo getts bigger and bigger,
      > that it has a completely differnt range than the cabrinha bows? Given
      > the wind ranges and expected sweet spots of about a 5 knot range in
      > the middle of the stated range; the 14 warro seems equivelent to a cab 12.

      That's because the waroo is not as flat as the xbow. In smaller sizes, the
      winds power is much stronger, making differences between kites less
      noticeable.

      mykl

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