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Old Sep 14, 2012, 04:50 PM
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It really is impossible to separate the two. A skilled pilot can only perform to the max that the environment allows for. He will be able to extend the grandiose of his/her routine only by the conditions improving. This of course assumes the tool is the same for both situations.

Ultralight west coast VTPR machines are a totally different tool.

Personally I like the higher energy retention of the models used in the MH videos, but if your slope can not support your tool, then you are forced to adapt.

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