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On 6 januari 2018 at 12:18 PM, nigel said:

Welcome @djeridoux  (Jerome) :good:

Not sure there is anyone who can help.

Australia is far removed from the kite buggy racing scene, and there are no races done in this country.

The most common de-power race kites here are the Flysurfers and the Ozones, but there are not many around used in buggies  (most are used by the Hydrofoil riders). 

Information on the HQ Zeekai is limited and I know of no users here in Australia.

I would expect that if you find the HQ dealer in Europe, they should be able to answer your questions better than we can.

Good luck. :drinks:

In Europe there aren't any/much kitebuggyers using the Zeekai in competition either, I think the kite is better suited for snowkiting/MTB and other freestyle stuff, I believe it's not as fast as a proper racekite like the R1/Diablo/Aero etc, less stable because it's an open cell kite, I am not very enthusiastic about it. Onlyn seen it once during an event, friend tried it in high winds, wasn't very enthusiastic either... we where curious before that because of the relative low price en the guys from HQ where bragging about it's speed... never really looked at them after that. Not really what you wanted to hear I guess, sorry 🙈

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