Tried my TS2 today

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Tried my TS2 today

Postby Dr_Rosen » Wed Dec 26, 2012 12:52 pm

Just Got my TS2 in 9+12 m and tried the 9m today in 5 degree celcius ..... brrr
Coming from F-One Bandit in 2012 and Hadlow Pro in 2011 and befare that RRD for several seasons.

Short review: fantastic crossover freestyle kite. Best kite for a long time for my taste so very very happy
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Re: Tried my TS2 today

Postby sq225917 » Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:22 am

Good to know that you think we have hit the sweet spot with the TSv2. There's a lot of riders out there now who think it's the BEST all round kite we make. If you need more unhooked performance than the Kahoona it's hard to beat.

What conditions have you been riding it in?
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Re: Tried my TS2 today

Postby Dr_Rosen » Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:41 am

I have ridden the 9m in powered and VERY powered condition (where I should have had a 7m). I depowered it a lot (moving knots etc.) to be able to unhook it. It did become a bit slow obviously and still flying nicely and i would never have dared to unhook a F-One Bandit5 9m in those winds. So quite a good doable windrange. On the prefect powered day it just rocked end of story

The 12m I have ridden in OK powered to semi-underpowered. It was nice to experience that even in the lowend the 12m still react nicely to rider input. I actually rode it on my smallest bar (the 9m bar). I do have the medium bar (not unpacked) and am thinking of returning it as the size small bar worked perfectly with the 12m

What bar sizes do you actually recommend for the TS sizes??? small-medium-Large?
I saw the Large in the shop and it is LARGE. Must be for the 17 m?
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Re: Tried my TS2 today

Postby sq225917 » Mon Jan 07, 2013 9:50 am

The 17m and 15m really need the large bars, especially if you are going to e using them in zero wind- you need all the help you can get in those winds.
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