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[*] posted on 7-31-2020 at 08:33 AM
Looking for Parastorm kite buggy info, opinions and reviews


Hi,
I found an add online for a parastorm typhoon kite buggy for 200 GBP. Does anyone know if that's a good price. I'm also want to know of anyone here has one, ridden one or broke one. Do they hold up. Do they oxidize. How do they ride. Im looking for a freestyle buggy with higher rails that a peterlynn. I was told this was a great choice if I could find one




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[*] posted on 7-31-2020 at 02:35 PM


Good price. Great bug. I would pay 200 gbp without hesitation. I have rode both the Typhoon and the Gobi Desert Typhoon and also own a heavy stainless trikbitz version called the Dust Devil which gave me a 69.8mph run last year, albeit on BF's. The Typhoon is strong and ridiculously light weight for its size and packs down small. A perfect freestyler with a supportive bucket seat to hold the power. They're made from aircraft grade aluminium and powder coated, so you won't have any issues. I have nothing negative to say about them, only positives.
I'm not a freestyler, so a midi tyre swap out would be my personal preference. A game changing upgrade from a Peter Lynn XR that's for sure.
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