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[*] posted on 5-20-2005 at 03:16 PM
is a blade lll good for buggying


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[*] posted on 5-20-2005 at 07:15 PM


yes, the B3 is good for buggying, but there are better. Also beware the lift. You need to keep the kite low.

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[*] posted on 5-21-2005 at 11:47 AM


The Blade !! has been designed specifically for lift. I would not use one in a buggy. They are also very slow as when fully powered they create lift.
There are far better kites for buggying the Ozne Samurai is a good all round buggy kite and very stable. The Razor is a very fast buggy kite which creates less lift but is only really for racing (the Yakuza comes out soon.) Another one to look out for is the superb Gin Yoz which is an excellent kite especially if condiitons are a bit gusty.
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[*] posted on 5-21-2005 at 11:52 AM


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Originally posted by sprogg
The Blade !! has been designed specifically for lift. I would not use one in a buggy. They are also very slow as when fully powered they create lift.
There are far better kites for buggying the Ozne Samurai is a good all round buggy kite and very stable. The Razor is a very fast buggy kite which creates less lift but is only really for racing (the Yakuza comes out soon.) Another one to look out for is the superb Gin Yoz which is an excellent kite especially if condiitons are a bit gusty.



And lift is bad for what reason??

What do you think propels you along? Pull?

If yes, please describe the differernce between pull and lift.

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