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evilgun
post Nov 6 2005, 10:48 AM
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winter is right around the corner, and i'm wondering, does anyone really use shorter line lengths when they start snow kiting? If so, where exactly do you get them. and how much does it affect the kites performance? i'll be rocking a 13m diesel, and that will probably be my only kite this winter obviously i'm not going to need all that power to cruise the snow. right??

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post Nov 7 2005, 08:48 AM
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Last year I was on my 14M most of the time with 20 meter lines. The short lines are nice in the winter because you want to spend as little time as possible rigging. Also, where I ride before the lakes freeze there are quite a few lamp posts so the shorter lines help judge the distance to them.

The kite may be a bit quicker on the shorter lines.
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