RPM Kahu

$24.00

The Kahu is a great high speed driver with gentle turn good glide and a hard fade. It comes in 3 distinct versions the XG ‘Extra Glide’ the OS ‘Over Stable’ and standard. They are all good forehand discs.

Disc colours and foils will vary

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Description

The Kahu is a great high speed driver with gentle turn good glide and a hard fade. It is also makes a great forehand disc. The model is made in 3 distinct versions. The XG ‘Xtra Glide’, the OS ‘Over stable’ and standard. The XG as a pronounced ‘pop’ Top which adds length and turn to the shots, it is a little less stable and glides longer. The OS is very flat and over stable and an ideal head wind utility disc. We recommend you try them all as you will find each will fill an important role in you bag.

Kahu OS is currently not available.

  • Model #: DGD2
  • PDGA Approved: Yes
  • Diameter: 210mm
  • Weight: 150-175g
  • Speed: 13 for all versions
  • Glide: 5 for XG and standard 4 for OS
  • Turn: -1 to -2 for the standard and XG and +1 for the OS
  • Fade: 2 to 3 for XG and standard and 4 for OS
  • Plastic types: Strata / Cosmic / Atomic

 

Strata: RPM’s base plastic which is opaque, tacky and medium stiffness. This comes in a range of colours.
Cosmic: RPM Premium plastic is a tough grippy semi translucent plastic that comes in a range of stiffness and with a variety of colours and effects.
Atomic: RPM Premium plastic is a tough grippy opaque plastic that comes in a range of stiffness and with a variety of colours and effects.
Magma: RPM Premium plastic is a rubbery softer feeling plastic silky and grippy in limited range of effects.

 

Kāhu is the Māori name for the New Zealand Swamp Harrier, a large, tawny-brown bird of prey that occurs throughout New Zealand. It is an opportunistic hunter that searches for food by slowly quartering the ground with its large wings held in a distinctive shallow V-shape.

Adapted to hunt in open habitats, its numbers have benefited from widespread forest clearance and the development of agriculture. Although carrion is a major component of the harrier’s diet, it also actively hunts live prey such as small birds, mammals and insects.

Capable dispersers, birds from New Zealand visit islands as far north as the Kermadec Islands and as far south as Campbell Island. Known for their dramatic ‘sky-dancing’ courtship display the swamp harrier is the largest of the 16 species of harriers found worldwide.

Additional information

Weight 200 g
Dimensions 22 × 22 × 2 cm
Plastic

Atomic, Cosmic

Weight

170-175