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#1 David M

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Posted 15 September 2012 - 11:36 PM

This may sound a little un-revaholic but
dont get me wrong I love my two Revs especially my Eyes Masterpiece.I have just
seen a video of one of these HQ mojo kites and they look like a lot of
fun.My queary is do you think one of these kites would be a step backwards from
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Posted 16 September 2012 - 01:01 AM

IMHO yes.

From what I've heard there are very twitchy and only one type of frame. Before I bought my first Rev, an EXP, I looked at them. Not being able to change out to a different frame put a massive NO for me.

Also, my EXP was cheaper!


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Posted 16 September 2012 - 08:36 PM

I wouldn't say backwards but more a step sideways (if the quad Mojo flies good).....
Not all quads are equal and should be judged accordingly....Rev's fly like Rev's, Deca's like Deca's, Mojo's like Mojo's, etc....all quad's but way different approaches to a four line kite.
I fly Rev's most of the time but really enjoy the feeling of a Deca (my absolute fav quad in real 0 wind!!), or a TC Ultra.... Never flown a Mojo...or a Spirit..or a Vampire Bat...but I wouldn't compare them to a Rev except they have four lines.
Of course the Rev frame exchanging is a huge bonus, however changing a Deca frame for example just ain't gonna happen....not a deal breaker by any means. A totally different kite and purchased accordingly.

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Posted 17 September 2012 - 08:06 AM

I gave one a go briefly. It was twitchy. It is more comparable to the B2 then the 1.5 in terms of speed and performance, but I prefer the B2.


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