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Dutchrev

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#95670 Global Rev Count.

Posted by Dutchrev on 06 November 2014 - 12:03 AM

+1(11)

A gorgeous Rev 2 in the warm Lee Sedgwick colors.... Too many revs? No, ...just not enough hands to fly them all at the same time.


#95500 NYM low wind Air-4-ce member with short lines

Posted by Dutchrev on 29 September 2014 - 03:43 AM

Enjoy....

 

http://youtu.be/yph8wvcyAak

 

one of the great new team kites for Air-4-ce custom build by Revolution, flown by the team Member Marc Maier....




#94744 About the Pulling power of a Rev kite, and some background story

Posted by Dutchrev on 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!!




#93530 Diamonds, diamonds, diamonds, are a Rev fliers best friend......

Posted by Dutchrev on 12 September 2013 - 12:43 PM

I can assure you, worth every dollar..... Low wind flying....with diamond shafts......dream flight.


#93422 Revolution 25th Anniversary - 100 strong at WSIKF! (Aug 19-24, 2013)

Posted by Dutchrev on 25 August 2013 - 09:17 AM

No 100.... Pity (100/25 years rev) but wait till the last moment maybe..? Positive side: the opportunity to make a 100 strong is still open and a nice challenge :-)


#93285 "The Diamond Shaft"

Posted by Dutchrev on 25 July 2013 - 05:13 AM

Another try wil the diamond shafts for 2 1/2 hours, full sail, 50 lbs LPG,......wind 0,5 - 3 mph.. Superb, dream flight.


#93032 New revr to be.

Posted by Dutchrev on 11 June 2013 - 11:56 AM

Hi Nathan, Welcome Your super sonic wish can be ful filled, it is in my kite bag and if you want to try it some day... Let's have a fly. Holland is not that big :-)


#92244 Pairs Advice Wanted

Posted by Dutchrev on 28 March 2013 - 01:16 AM

Hi, did you see the published team standard for newbie team flyers? A pair is a team http://www.revkites....-flying-manuals


#91947 Just 4 Fun Team Standards (English & German)

Posted by Dutchrev on 08 March 2013 - 11:42 AM

To break more languages barriers we have translated the basic team flying standard into Spanish. With the help of Jose Luis Rodriguez Bengoecha – Giuseppe - we are proud and happy to offer this translation to our Rev-Family worldwide.  

We thank Giuseppe,  member of the Spanish team  Mistral,  for his contribution.

 

Have fun, Jst-4-fnrev_clockwork.gif

 

Marc, Wil, Roelof

 

The translation is to be found : http://www.revkites....-flying-manuals

 

Feel free :  Suggestions, improvements, thoughts, issues to be explained  are very welcome for the next release. See the standard for the contact address chapter : “Form of the standard/Formato de este document/Aufbau des Standards.

 

Thank you.




#91509 Silver Rev?

Posted by Dutchrev on 31 January 2013 - 11:49 PM

There is silver ribstop nylon for kitemaking available in the market.


#91323 Greetings from Belgium

Posted by Dutchrev on 07 January 2013 - 08:58 AM

Hi Xavier, Welcome in the wonderfull world of 4 lines, any wind, any place. There are Belgium pilots, quite near Antwerp. And just over the border in Brabant you will find more pilots. Tip this forum is a very good place and for Belgium and Holland you may find www.vliegerwereld.nl usefull to find contacts. We meet sometimes in Dongen (holland) on a reasonable distance from your place. So if you want to try other Revs...... Be welcome. And an Exp is a good choice any Rev is a good choice, but they are so @&€#%$$£¥ (censored) addictive.....


#90774 My Cape Town experience

Posted by Dutchrev on 13 November 2012 - 02:24 PM

Well done Steven, you made things happen. Nice to read about it.