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Flysurfer Sonic-FR 9M

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Flysurfer Sonic-FR 9M Depower Race Foil
+ Infinity 3.0 Airstyle Bar & Lines

Bought brand new and flown about 20 - 25 times, awesome kite with a massive usable wind range.  I've had the kite comfortably in 10 knots in the buggy, and screaming in 20-25 over 87km/h with 1 arm on the bar.  The kite is incredibly versatile and usable, and has the least lift when powered up of all the depower race kites I've flown so far (R1, Diablo, Sonic-FR).  Kite is in excellent condition.

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$900 + Post (Kite Only)
$1200 + Post (Complete w/ Bar & Lines)

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