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#1 chuck3

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Posted 24 October 2008 - 10:44 AM

Indoor series is on the way with all this cold coming. I was wondering how many people would love to see a John Barresi signature series Indoor Revolution. Or a Lee Sedgwick Series Indoor Revolution. I just think because we already have a Revolution 1.5 series out there and even a Revolution 1 series out there.....It might be time for a Revolution Indoor. So how many people would love to see this? I know many people would and i know many people would buy this...


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Posted 24 October 2008 - 10:56 AM

The only place I would have to fly one would be my basement so it would need to be pretty small to be of use to me!

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Posted 24 October 2008 - 11:19 AM

Actually the B-Series with race rods flys rather well indoors and i'm sure now that the rev 1's have race rod sets those would do just as well.
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Posted 24 October 2008 - 12:15 PM

The Rev I is not new to indoor flying. In fact David Brittain is well known for flying a REV I indoors back in the early 90s. Rev made a REV I SUL at the time which featured:
- light Shanti spectra lines
- long handles, which are now pretty well standard
- very light spinnaker nylon sail
- very light leading edge material
- very light spectra bridle without clips
- "Professional Use Only" 2 wrap rods
Shortly after, the REV II came out in an SUL version, but with shorter handles.
This was all before the REV 1.5 came on the market in 1996.

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Posted 24 October 2008 - 01:52 PM

Indoor series is on the way with all this cold coming. I was wondering how many people would love to see a John Barresi signature series Indoor Revolution. Or a Lee Sedgwick Series Indoor Revolution. I just think because we already have a Revolution 1.5 series out there and even a Revolution 1 series out there.....It might be time for a Revolution Indoor. So how many people would love to see this? I know many people would and i know many people would buy this...


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How about an Indoor Watty-Series!! :sign_kitelife: Eh! EH!! Sounds good to me!

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Posted 24 October 2008 - 03:05 PM

The Rev I is not new to indoor flying. In fact David Brittain is well known for flying a REV I indoors back in the early 90s. Rev made a REV I SUL at the time which featured:
- light Shanti spectra lines
- long handles, which are now pretty well standard
- very light spinnaker nylon sail
- very light leading edge material
- very light spectra bridle without clips
- "Professional Use Only" 2 wrap rods
Shortly after, the REV II came out in an SUL version, but with shorter handles.
This was all before the REV 1.5 came on the market in 1996.


Hi Old Buddy,

Have both of these, The Rev1 & Rev 1.5 were both used to set indoor records, and the Rev 2 is a very special Dave Brittain with thin SUL rods. Before the Indoor Rev's us old guys used SUL Rev's of any size indoors. Kids to you try telling um but they just won't listen, what with that and getting half an hour before we went to bed to lick road clean with toungue. Then sleeping in a carbaord box.

As we've had the Sedgwick, and Barresi its time for a new one... Who's the best indoor flying in the US right now. After all its the biggest market I would guess?

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Posted 24 October 2008 - 08:14 PM

if not the biggest market its at least one of the biggest markets.
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Posted 24 October 2008 - 08:32 PM

Indoor series is on the way with all this cold coming. I was wondering how many people would love to see a John Barresi signature series Indoor Revolution. Or a Lee Sedgwick Series Indoor Revolution. I just think because we already have a Revolution 1.5 series out there and even a Revolution 1 series out there.....It might be time for a Revolution Indoor. So how many people would love to see this? I know many people would and i know many people would buy this...


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Would have no use for one. Got too many Revs now.
It doesn't get really cold here.

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Posted 24 October 2008 - 08:44 PM

unless the temp is below 30F i go flying if theres wind; come on chuck throw on ur ski suit and get out there! besides u have those cold onshore winds in hicksville ;)
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Posted 25 October 2008 - 03:24 AM

How about an Indoor Watty-Series!! :sign_kitelife: Eh! EH!! Sounds good to me!



don't laugh but i was thinking that yesterday because i seen some indoor videos of you and your a very talented pilot lol
I just though since many rev fliers fly indoors a signature series might be cool to add to the collection
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Posted 25 October 2008 - 06:24 AM

hmmm spence watson series indoor....thinking...thinking...thinking....I LIKE IT!!
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