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#1 FrenchRévolution

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Posted 26 September 2010 - 05:02 AM

Hi !

Another time I will ask you some explanations before buying a vented revolution:

for The Barresi vented there is this on the website :

Wind Range:5-20 mph (3 wrap frame included)
6-30 mph (4 wrap frame included)
10-45 mph (4 wrap frame w/3 wrap LE added)


I understand that when you buy this kite there is 2 frames, the 3 wrap and the 4 wrap but the thing I don't understand is for the 10- 45mph, dos it mean that you install the 2 frames on your revolution ?How is it possible ? What does it mean LE added ?

I'm french, so can you explain me ?

Thanks again !

I go to fly with my revo exp this afternoon.

Thomas

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Posted 26 September 2010 - 09:11 AM

Hi !

Another time I will ask you some explanations before buying a vented revolution:

for The Barresi vented there is this on the website :

Wind Range:5-20 mph (3 wrap frame included)
6-30 mph (4 wrap frame included)
10-45 mph (4 wrap frame w/3 wrap LE added)


I understand that when you buy this kite there is 2 frames, the 3 wrap and the 4 wrap but the thing I don't understand is for the 10- 45mph, dos it mean that you install the 2 frames on your revolution ?How is it possible ? What does it mean LE added ?

I'm french, so can you explain me ?

Thanks again !

I go to fly with my revo exp this afternoon.

Thomas



10-45 mph (4 wrap frame w/3 wrap LE added)

This means: You put the 4 wrap in the leading edge. Next, you add the 3 wrap leading edge into the leading Edge pocket.

Now you have the 4 wrap and the 3 Wrap in the leading edge pocket.

6 spars in there.

The last three added do not need to be secured with end caps.


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Posted 26 September 2010 - 01:32 PM

ok I understand !Thanks a lot !

But a last question :

Can you give me the diameter of the carbon 3 wrap and for the 4 wrap ?

Thanks a lot !

Thomas

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Posted 26 September 2010 - 05:54 PM

ok I understand !Thanks a lot !

But a last question :

Can you give me the diameter of the carbon 3 wrap and for the 4 wrap ?

Thanks a lot !

Thomas

The precise internal diameter I can not tell because I don't have calipers available at the moment. However the internal diameter of all the 1/4 inch rods are almost identical. They all use the same diameter ferrule. The outer diameter will vary due to the number of layers, the types of layers and manufacturing variations.

There is also the larger SLE rods in which the internal diameter is almost identical. Again the outer diameter will vary as mentioned above.

The same is true for the thinner indoor rods that use to be used on the REV indoor.

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