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« on: August 22, 2011, 09:21 AM »

Something new from the boys at Kitehouse:

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« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2011, 11:43 AM »

From the Kitehouse site, via google Translate.

A new Competition kite out of the hands of Sascha Treder, developed and perfected by Sascha, Kitehouse and the crew.

The aim of our development was a full competition-kite, which dominates all the tricks without compromise, and with his precision, not only for individuals comes into question, but also for pairs and represents a very solid team work and competition equipment.

The SHARP agile despite his size is characterized by enormous precision, uniform feature, combined with good operating characteristics in harsh winds. He swallows gusts and gives the pilot an excellent, uniform feedback.

The design of the Sharp - with central Schleppkantenabspannung, keel weight pocket, moulded nose, different in the right place at the profiled sail sails placed - located in the high-end range of Kitehouse kites.

Technical details:

Wingspan: 2360 mm
Stand height: 960 mm
Leading edge: Structil
Lower cross spars: Skyshark Black Diamond Nitro
Upper cross spars: Structil
Kiel: Skyshark 7PT
Sailing: Spinnaker + Icarex Panel
Wind range 1-6 Bft
Traction: 40-70 daN


Video here.
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