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glynitboy




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question.gif posted on 4-3-2005 at 03:24 PM
Old seasons bargins


Looking at upgrading from my Radsail 3m which I have been very pleased with... lots of pull even in light winds but needs working a bit.. in high winds it has loads of power... however,
I cant decide between a 5m Beamer at 122 (not the new model) and the 4m Radsail at 120 which is the PRO not the new PRO2. :puzzled:

Any help would be great... I want to use it in light winds (summer evenings) for a bit of fun and also with my mountain board so need something to pull me along...

Thanks Glyn ;)
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[*] posted on 4-4-2005 at 07:31 AM


The radsail will produce more lift than the beamer. The beamer is supposedly a good engone to be pulled along, though.
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[*] posted on 4-6-2005 at 03:04 AM


Cheers, I have decided to go for another RadSail.. this time the PROII one. :P

Now the question is what size, 4M or 5M ?! Price difference isnt very much at all... main concern is that I go for the 5m I'm going to have to much power and will only be able to fly it in lighter winds... or is it a case that the difference between a 4m and 5m shouldnt be that great thus the 5m would be a better upgrade to my current RadSail 3m!? HELP PLEASE! :mad:
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[*] posted on 4-6-2005 at 03:37 AM


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...4M or 5M ?! Price difference isnt very much at all...
You're right, the difference may be not being able to fly that 5M on many windy days. The 4M will be more useful yet still offer plenty of power. I'd suggest the 5M later to complete a range from light to heavy wind conditions.



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