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hyzakite

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#95321 Another Returning Rev flyer ...

Posted by hyzakite on 31 August 2014 - 07:11 AM

Yes on those calm days pop the green race in the exp for a test drive. There's not much difference in switching the vertical rods so you could actually keep the green race leading edge in the nym put the 3wraps on its verticals, then take the other 2 green race rods and put them in the exp as the leading edge outer rods with the 3wrap center.




#95172 Diamonds vs black Race vs 3-wrap

Posted by hyzakite on 03 July 2014 - 05:34 PM

"Seemingly" broken cleanly off. Did you find the broken missing piece? If no,,,

 

My guess is the glue broke loose and that piece slid down into the tube, you need to break the other one loose and pull it out pliers work ok, I use a long metal rod to push those pieces out, then reglue them back in.




#95051 Global Rev Count.

Posted by hyzakite on 10 June 2014 - 12:50 AM

+41 (75)

 

I waited a few years for the 2000th posting in this topic to become available, I really thought it would get here a long time ago.




#94099 Loose ferrule?

Posted by hyzakite on 11 December 2013 - 11:15 AM

To me, 1/2" past the halfway point isn't enough to worry about, I've seen these ferrules in so many different lengths, from the shortest ones to the longest ones they might differ my a few inches. If I lived in the desert or by a beach I'd put the ferrule in while the rod is under some sand! And, we all know how great sand works holding rods and ferrules together or rods and endcaps together. I have some rods that the ferrules came loose, I've put them back in without glue, they won't go too far. Actually I want to remove some ferrules from my SPL rods, no need to hind those rods inside leading edge pocket.




#94090 Loose ferrule?

Posted by hyzakite on 10 December 2013 - 02:10 PM

Do you mean the ferrule is sticking out 1/2" further than the ferrule on the other side of the rod? If so, that isn't anything to worry about, ferrule lengths are sometimes different in the same rod, remember crazy glue doesn't have any shear strength to speak of that's why it broke loose in the first place, you could put it in the freezer for awhile and tap on the side of the ferrule to break it free, acetone/nail polish remover will work too. I wouldn't worry about it unless you attach it to a helmet and hang from a beam as see on TV.




#93920 It's Here!

Posted by hyzakite on 28 October 2013 - 10:36 AM

It isn't something that you want to avoid, it's all part of a learning curve, I fly a lot of slack line, pushing the kite to the limits, sometimes it fall out of the sky, sometimes I catch it sometimes I don't. The only way of not having it happen again in the future it to never fly again, and you sure don't want to do that!




#93918 It's Here!

Posted by hyzakite on 28 October 2013 - 09:39 AM

What happened to make it spin over and over to the left is, the right top line wrapped onto the end cap, knot or washer, if it spins out of control to the right, the top left line wrapped onto that stuff. Next time you go out, wrap left or right top line on purpose on one of those points. You'll see it happen and know why.




#93028 Crossed over to the dark side.

Posted by hyzakite on 11 June 2013 - 09:21 AM

It may take an hour or so to untangle your lines but they will separate, just take your time and do one line at a time and set it aside until you have the 4 lines next to each other, pair them off with a handful of screwdrivers then back on your handles and winder. Check out the line management video and this will probably be your last tangled mess. I don't use the figure 8 wrap on the quad sets, just a straight wrap.




#93026 Crossed over to the dark side.

Posted by hyzakite on 11 June 2013 - 06:54 AM

What do you mean by tangles? Like a spaghetti mess? You're not SOL, just need to take your time to separate all 4 lines and start all over. Sounds like way to early to be thinking 1.5b pro's,  they'll crash and burn just as easy as the exp only with a higher price tag involved. Check out the video on line management, maybe you started out wrong, with your line set.




#82169 Endcap to shock cord placement

Posted by hyzakite on 21 July 2011 - 05:09 AM

There is a good point here! If you have an older/well used Rev and pay no attention to what side of the hole the endcap is next to, that is the side of the edge pocket that is wearing through to white material of the cloth by the endcap rubbing on the same spot. Now I need a trade my wind meter in for a good timer to give the material equal wear :tomaatit:




#78475 Photos of your B-series Pros

Posted by hyzakite on 09 March 2011 - 11:38 AM

Reminds me of the Green Goblin from Spider Man, just a little more neon. :kid_content:



John, Settled, It's name is Ozzie, I'll fly it at the local pumpkin hurling events! :tomaatit: