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Old 28-Apr-2015, 5:57 PM   #9
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That means it doesn't produce much of a wind loading effect. He interpreted the text wrong.

The 91XG is still your best bet from a performance perspective because of certain of its unique attributes, especially the adjustable base. You could try the DB8e if wind is truly a valid concern. We produced this video a while back: Note: 55 m/s = 123 MPH.
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