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#96191 Can you change the sail on a EXP?

Posted by Jynx on 26 February 2015 - 05:27 PM

(Busy tomorrow)... Weekend sounds good! ...will have to watch the weather!

DON'T Worry about the handles and lines... I have (cheap) extras of both!


#96185 Can you change the sail on a EXP?

Posted by Jynx on 26 February 2015 - 08:46 AM

Hopefully we can get together soon (on the New Smyrna Beach) and I'll try to explain the process and show you the different (Rev model) options. But, first, let's get you flying!

BTW ~ I, almost always, use a standard (non-vented) Rev at the beach so you should be just fine!

#94861 A new Masterpiece artist and a brother....... (Alden Miller)

Posted by Jynx on 29 April 2014 - 11:37 AM

Destined to do Great things! 

Kite Masterpiece design and build is simply one of Alden's skillful talents!! 

...and Ben couldn't have said it better "His talents are many but the man inside is golden!"


Awesome work Alden! ... clap2.gif Applause!!!  clap2.gif   



#93541 WSIKF 2013 (9x9 matrix) 81 REVs Pilots, Helpers and Director

Posted by Jynx on 13 September 2013 - 08:54 PM

ani_rtfm.gif ani_notworthy.gif A BIG APPLAUSE for John!!!!!!!!! clap2.gif clap2.gif clap2.gif clap2.gif clap2.gif clap2.gif

#93297 Revolution 25th Anniversary - 100 strong at WSIKF! (Aug 19-24, 2013)

Posted by Jynx on 27 July 2013 - 08:35 PM

 . . . Dreaming of 100 + !

Only 3 weeks and counting....LOOKING FORWARD to seeing you ALL there!!!! 

#93011 Happy Birthday TK

Posted by Jynx on 10 June 2013 - 11:13 AM

~~~~~~WINDerFULL~~~~~~birthDay Wishes Tako Kichi!  rev_clockwork.gif

#92953 New revr to be.

Posted by Jynx on 06 June 2013 - 08:52 PM

Welcome to the WINDerFULL Dark-Side Obsession! ani_victory.gif

#92851 Bridle Replacement

Posted by Jynx on 30 May 2013 - 09:20 AM

Incredible job, as usual, Watty!

Saw it posted on Facebook over and over, as so many peeps appreciate all your video work and the clear and decisive instructions!


KUDOS!!!!!!!!!!  ani_notworthy.gif clap2.gif

#92626 Antelope Island 2013

Posted by Jynx on 07 May 2013 - 07:20 PM

Ohhhhhhh....YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!  ani_yahoo.gif

#92069 Server upgrades...

Posted by Jynx on 15 March 2013 - 07:03 PM


THANKS JB!  mf_party.gif

#92067 Problem (ongoing) 10th March 2013

Posted by Jynx on 15 March 2013 - 06:59 PM

Nice work JB!


Seems as the problems have disapeared... THANKS MUCH!


Me Happy! cat_wub.gif

#91155 Merry Christmas

Posted by Jynx on 19 December 2012 - 05:23 PM

It's not what's under the tree BUT what's around it that really counts...

........no matter the distance... You ALL are Around My tree!


~ ~ ~ ~ A VERY Merry Christmas and a WINDerFULL New Year to you ALL! ~ ~ ~ ~

#90645 Tear in leading edge mesh

Posted by Jynx on 02 November 2012 - 05:32 PM

...and remember to softly fold your rev in thirds trying to fold at different spots each time. Do not fold tightly against the LE spars, that's what contributes to LE wear in those spots! :kid_smartass:

#85475 Do You Fly Everyday?

Posted by Jynx on 10 December 2011 - 06:35 PM

Also obsessed...

The dark-side addiction,
affliction, and conviction,
is void of restriction.

My only prediction...
it's actually fiction.

:confused!: If someone can determine why it consumes us so... Please, please, let me know!

#85162 Leading Edge mesh repair

Posted by Jynx on 15 November 2011 - 09:05 PM

Thought I'd post my quick repair for small rips (slits) in the leading edge screening (mesh)...

I recently experimented with this easy repair method, and have flown it several times since and found it to work just great!

I have a well-used full-vent Rev which has been flown for several years and suffered several small (1"-1-1/2") horizontal slits in the leading edge mesh. I was originally going to replace the full length of the mesh (or sew a mesh patch) but thought I'd try this and see IF it worked...and it did!

Using a piece of scotch-tape under the mesh to hold the tear tight and in place, I applied a thin coat of super glue, waited a few seconds, then used a cotton Q-tip swab to press the damaged area in place and to also remove any excess glue. I allowed the glue to set well and dry (a few minutes) then slowly removed the tape.

The repaired slit is nearly invisible and has held well.

Just thought I'd pass this along!