Born out of the experiences of many years in (mega) team flying and the question from lots of new revolution pilots, Dutch enthusiasts Marc van der Graaf, Roelof van der Tak and Wil Ammerlaan wrote this manual outlining the team flying standards they use with their team(s). A standard not only in calling and terminology, but also an essential introduction to some basic team flying techniques and moves, easy to understand so the effect is a smoother cooperation between pilots from all over the world.
Main objective was also to make it more fun to fly together and take away the language barriers - please take your time to read it and hopefully this offered a positive contribution to our Family of Revpilots all over the world.
I've made a light wind video too which you can check Wind was about 4 Mph.
Used B-Pro with RaceRods on 100 ft lines.
Notice that the right equipment is half of the light wind way of flying...the other half is practice and practice !!! I've got a Polo-rev too since a couple of days...this will be my ultimate lightwind kite i guess......we were flying this in a stable 2/3 Mph wind in pair and it turned out like a miracle , so smooth and still the feeling of that pressure you need.
Well I have tryd lots of ways to fix the foam .... best one so far is to get some double sided tape and some washing up liquid ...first decide where you want the foam then a ring of the tape around the top and the bottom (where the foam is going to stop) then I just wound the tape round and round top to bottom ....then take off the the covering of the tape mix your washing up liquid with a little water wet the whole lot with the solution and slip on the foam...wait till it drys and go fly.. simple
This is a great way to fix the problem i guess..........A BIG friend of mine from the UK gave it to me and i must say...it worked great !!!!
And another tip (Allso from the UK !!) :
There are three ways you can do this. Firstly shape the end of the rubber using some sand paper(for DIY) then either:
1, take the tape and wrap a small piece around the handle at the place where the foam will be at the top so that it looks like a ring on the handle. Repeat this down the handle until you get to the end of the grip with gaps of about 20mm between each piece of tape.
2. take a strip of tape as long as the grip and put it on the handle in line with the hole on the front of the handle (as if you were holding it) do the same for the back of the grip.
3. take a long strip of tape and spiral it down the handle for the length of the grip with a gap of about 10mm between the tape.
The last one is my preferred technique.
Then when you are ready to put the foam on the handle make a solution of 1 part washing up liquid to 9 parts water. Rub a good amount of this liquid onto the tape then quickly push the foam on. (be sure to mark the handle with the position for the grip) I pushed the foam down onto the handle as it gave me a larger area to grip it. Good luck !!