My Sysmic S2 buggy is for sale. This is a great stable buggy in good condition. It has been washed with fresh water and sprayed with silicon spray after all beach rides, but predominantly used in-land on grass ovals. MidiXL tyres. Front wheel mud flap. The rear axle is removed quickly and easily with 4 bolts, enabling the buggy to be transported easily. It fits in the back of my Subaru Impreza hatch. With my buggy, I am including a number of free items to allow somebody new to buggying to start immediately having learnt how to fly power kites. Included for free in the sale of this Sysmic Buggy will be: The Sysmic 80 litre kite bag which can be strapped to the rear of the buggy. A helmet (one of the 2 in the photo) A Flysurfer Peak 1 9m depower single skin kite. This kite has seen a fair bit of use but still flies well. There are a few repairs to the leading edge. It includes lines and the bar that came with the kite. It is in a small backpack which can be used as a harness. However!! See next Size small ProLimit seat harness. Knee and elbow pads “Walk of Shame” Peter Lynn buggy tow rope. This is a real bargain. Happy to discuss with any prospective buyer. Be quick at the remarkable price of $450
I had a zipper on my 16m venom 2 give up on me last week. Bloody frustrating, as it was the inflate zipper and I was about to launch 🤬. The slide was so worn out that it won’t close the teeth anymore.
anyway, I have fitted new waterproof zips to an arc before, but they can be a bit expensive and hard to find. So I thought it was a good chance to test out a Velcro alternative.
its basically just a short sock and Velcro opening similar to the deflates in the flysurfer kites.
the Velcro valves work quite well. I inflated the kite and slowly opened the Velcro. No air was escaping until it opened far enough to for the end of the sock to open.
Sorry, no pictures before they got sewn in. But a few pointers I worked out for anyone wanting to do this mod.
-Make the sock width about 50mm more then the zipper opening in the kite.
- place sticky ripstop inside the kite where the zipper stitching was removed.
- measure from the opening in the kite to the cell wall, subtract 1cm. This is how long the sock needs to be.
-sew the sock in the direction you would use it to inflate the kite (pointing towards the centre)
- sew a deflate valve into the trailing edge to replace the deflate zipper.
By Rhys Patterson
Asking $2000 for the lot open to reasonable offers
Peter Lynn kite buggy
Bomba 13 kite surfing kite
3.6 water foil
2.4 water foil
2 x harness’s
Replacement value over $4k
Open to reasonable offers, this setup was amazing and I could go out in all conditions with this variety of kites.
Don’t have time to use it any more unfortunately.
All gear is in good working order with no issues.