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Dutchrev

Member Since 30 Jul 2011
Offline Last Active Aug 29 2014 12:55 PM
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In Topic: UK Film Maker Calling !

29 August 2014 - 12:58 PM

"rev/revo geeks" is such a FB group where you may find quite a few UK pilots.


Wind and water are free, more or less ;-)

In Topic: About the Pulling power of a Rev kite, and some background story

30 March 2014 - 11:49 AM

Sorry Guys, ani_giveup.gif I was extreme busy with work. Otherwise had seen Percy's request for information earlier. The ulmost stupid thing is the distance between us is 25 km. Now he had to make a detour of quite some miles.  But we have made contact and the appointment for flying together is coming weekend. We will pull him deep in the dark side and give him all the support he need to have great fun with his beautifull rev.   It is ofcourse also in our interest, maybe we can persuade him to start team flying ...... more pilots more fun....Jst-4-Fn 

 

Thanks for helping him out!!


In Topic: What do you do when you aren't flying?

13 December 2013 - 07:25 AM

Hobbies.... Creating new stained glass, restauration of excisting windows with damage, walking the dog and all sort of kite related activities like working on the next level of the jst-4- fn team standard, ideas how to promote 4-line kite flying, set up a website with some friends in the dutch language to give new people a one point access to valuable excisting kite information .....jst-4-fn

In Topic: My thoughts on the new Diamond rods

01 October 2013 - 10:21 PM

Here Holland, immediately took my diamond frame and a scale and I have the same results as Cass, average rod weighs 8-9 gr (center 14 gr). Average black race rod 12-13 gr, center about 23 gr. RaginCajun your total weigh of 58 - 59 gr does not meet either the black race total or the diamond total. Several options: Battery low in the scale Error in scale Way the rods lay on the scale ( I always place them vertical on the center of the scale) Rods are wrong labelled .... Ben/Lolly your thoughts please

In Topic: Some help to set up a "Ready to Fly" EXP

21 September 2013 - 12:04 PM

Decide which colors are you top lines: Top lines : left white, right black Bottum: left white/red, right black/red As long as the combination make sense for you. Adjust the top set and the bottum set to the same length. In principle all lines the same length. RTF matter.... Hmmmmm I should not be a happy bunny with the service provided... Just a start...