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  • Hi Dan I went there 4 years ago, had one of our best sessions on Moorea, in light winds, I was on a 16M Rhino1. Absolutely beautiful spot, same with all of Tahiti, great locals too. We anchored inside the reef on the east side of the island near some very small uninhabited motu's. Wind came up just before dawn, we were in the water before the sun had finished rising, kited to...
    Kitepower Sydney Mar 16, 2007
  • I hope you like it! Did you get a beer with your kite?? I only got an empty furkin! Cya and Goodwinds Steve McCormack www.kitepower.com.au [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Kitepower Sydney Oct 25, 2006
  • Our experience here proves the opposite, the majority of kiters prefer bow style kites and once they have tried one, they buy one and then buy more. Why? Because of the huge advantage of being able to push the bar away and depower 95%, they can control both power and speed which gives a huge boost to confidence and lets them focus on learning more. There is nothing better for the...
    Kitepower Sydney Mar 22, 2006
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  • Hi James Have you heard of Dave Culp and www.kiteship.com Not to say what you are planning or thinking is the same, but maybe you should contact him? Cya and Goodwinds Steve McCormack www.kitepower.com.au -----Original Message----- From: kitesurf@^$1 [mailto:kitesurf@^$2] Sent: Saturday, 27 August 2005 5:51 AM To: kitesurf@^$3 Subject: [ksurf] Digest Number 3417 There are 2...
    Kitepower Sydney Aug 26, 2005
  • Virtually all line sets are sold as equal length sets, that is all 4 lines are equal. 4 line inflatable kites generally fly best, at the point, where your bar is moves along the chicken loop line that makes all 4 lines equal. When launching it is wise to make the rear lines longer by pulling in some of the trim strap or cleat, to shorten the front lines (which makes the rears...
    Kitepower Sydney Jul 24, 2005
  • Check out this new item we just put on our website, full details of 49M Venom stack flown by Lachlan Beed. http://www.kitepower.com.au/news/index.php?id=1,95,0,0,1,0 Cya and Goodwinds Steve McCormack
    Steve McCormack Jun 29, 2005
  • Its you again, I knew you would surface on one of these gay kiter chat groups. I'm the owner of the casino. You destroyed my life with your sick quad kite, and now I must destroy yours and that of your entire family all your pets, your gay kites, and all your hooch, pooch and smooch too You are the sole focus of what left of my miserable life, I had it all and then some gay kiter...
    Steve McCormack May 26, 2005
  • G'day Homer The system you have is fine, especially if you are still new to the sport. All kites in my school are fitted with wrist leashes. If you are still learning and flying the kite not hooked into a harness, then it is safer to just have a wrist leash because if you get into trouble you can just let go of the bar and the kite will depower. In really powered up conditions it...
    Kite Power (Sans Souci) May 15, 2005
  • What day was this Peter? Cya and Goodwinds Steve McCormack www.kitepower.com.au --- In kitesurf@^$1, "Pete" wrote: > > Scary how similar this is - an account of a similar, but thankfully > less terminal, experience on the same day in Australia follows. > Those who saw it will probably laugh - it's like the fishing story > that gets bigger with every telling, but I can only tell...
    Steve McCormack Dec 26, 2004
  • --- In kitesurf@^$1, "loco" wrote: > Any one else had the repeated problem of their Pro Limit harness releasing unintentionally? > > Mine is the usual sprung (at least quasi sprung with neoprene 'tensioner') pin going into a whole in the inserted metal tongue. > > It has started to repeatedly release-not nice in 20+ with a fully loaded 14M 1 km out to see on an upwind tack to the...
    Steve McCormack Dec 7, 2004