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Thanks Juan. I have a 15m Chrono V2 and a 15 R1 and they are very different kites with the Chrono 2 being MUCH more docile.

Would love to buggy with an Aero just to compare. It looks fantastic in your videos.:ok:

Even the Ozone R1 V2 is dulled down from the original R1's. V2 is much lighter, has better manners, incredibly delicate materials, but seems to lack the top end speed of the first R1's. Would love to know if it's just my imagination.

I also love my 18m Joker 7 ELF. Its one hell of a kite. Extremely well behaved and goes like hell when the wind comes up. Been to 76kmh with it.

Would love to get an original  21m R1 to get buggying in really low wind. If anyone has an old one, or I would even consider a damaged one I can repair. 

Cheers.  

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