The Peter Lynn Impulse TR 2016 is the perfect
trainer kite for anyone who wants to improve their kite flying
skills to get into kiteboarding, landboarding or snowkiting.
A unique shape, strong construction,
3-line setup and a control bar with safety leash will
help entry-level kite flyers to develop their kite skills
and get used to
the power of a kite.
The Impulse TR kite has been developed to
offer a perfect balance between speed and stability, so
riders get challenged when flying the kite but will not
struggle to keep the kite in the air. The power can build
up to quite a bit, so the rider rapidly learns which sections
wind window create the most power and which sections
the least. The Impulse TR can even be used to ride
or a buggy, to get more experienced with kite traction activities.
The Impulse TR is flown on a 3-line control
bar with safety system, to get an experience as close as
possible to kiteboarding
or landboarding right from the start. The extra centre
line, the Life line, makes a very easy instant relaunch
The Peter Lynn Impulse TR is very easy to control. The kite
steers smooth and as it is flown on a control bar, over-steering
the kite is not an option. The Impulse TR has the perfect
balance in steering behavior, making it challenging to fly
but still easy to keep in the air.
Good But Docile Pull:
The Impulse TR can create quite some pull, helping riders
to get ready for future kite traction activities. With any
form of kite traction you need quite good power to get going,
so it is important to learn how to stay in control of your
kite even when it starts pulling.
Predictable Flying Behaviour:
The Peter Lynn Impulse TR has a predictable flying behaviour.
The kite's turning speed as well as a response on the handles
gives you good feedback on what the kite is doing throughout
the whole wind window. You will feel in control at all times.
The Impulse TR, being a trainer kite, is designed to be extremely
stable in all kinds of conditions. The kite is extremely stable
so you are not struggling to keep the kite in the air but
training to develop your kiting skills.
traction you need to be able to rely on your kite flying
the way you expect it to fly, so you can control your
kite hardly without looking at it. If your kite is stable
reliable like the Impulse TR, you can develop these skills
from the moment your first kite is in the air.
The Peter Lynn Impulse
TR is fitted with an extra centre line making the relaunch
of the kite super easy. You will have your kite back up in
the air within seconds, getting you right back into that
Low Aspect Ratio
- The aspect ratio of the Impulse TR ensures a high stability
and used friendliness. The profile used in the Impulse
TR ensures a smooth flying speed and power across the
whole wind window.
- The profiles contain carefully placed cross-vents to
ensure all the cells of the kite to fill with air quickly
improving stability and (re)launch. The cross-vents are
reinforced with webbing to minimize the chance of cells
ripping after a hard crash.
Intakes and Bridle Points
- The air intakes are reinforced with webbing, the bridle
points are connected to the profiles with a double stitched
seam, increasing durability.
and Velcro Dirt Outs -
Sand and dirt can easily be removed from the kite by using
the Velcro dirt-outs in the wingtips. The dirt can move
towards the tips via the Dirt channel along the trailing
High Quality Fabrics
- With a smooth 40D Mirai top and bottom skin the deck
shape is smooth, light and extremely durable. The 70D
profiles also ensure maximum durability.
- The Impulse TR features a setup with two flying lines
and a centre line, called the Life line. This extra line
makes a very easy relaunch possible and is part of the
Trainer Bar with
Safety System - The Trainer
bar is designed especially for the Impulse TR, making
the kite package plug and play. The safety system allows
you to instantly lose all power from the kite without
losing the kite itself.
Loop - to minimize the
chance of bridles getting tangled when packing the kite.
kite, storage bag, flying lines, 3-Line control bar, and