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In Topic: Wildwoods International Kite Festival 2014

05 June 2014 - 09:02 AM

Idk about that one. With the sail being lit...you lose the need for that brightness in my opinion. Being back-lit. .it was clearly visible as to the orientation of the kite.....unless you were doing some photography. .then the bright led would help.
Just my preference. .

In Topic: Wildwoods International Kite Festival 2014

05 June 2014 - 07:30 AM

Here's a couple on the Shook Mesh from the front. Attached File  20140525_231328_11.jpg   54.66KB   14 downloadsAttached File  20140525_231328_10.jpg   46.41KB   13 downloads

In Topic: Wildwoods International Kite Festival 2014

04 June 2014 - 08:12 AM

Wayne.... I used them in the same manner and work fine...
But with the sticks,each light projects about a 9" diameter light pattern on the sail. Way more dynamic than anything out there imho.
From the front spectacular. .from the rear (spectators) the whole sail is lit with a luminescent glow...almost worth getting some of those light poles :P
I had 6...normally only used 2..one on each wingtip. Never weighed..but a single led,wafer battery,and simple plastic housing...key chain sized light.

In Topic: Global Rev Count.

29 May 2014 - 05:55 AM

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In Topic: Diamonds, diamonds, diamonds, are a Rev fliers best friend......

29 May 2014 - 05:35 AM

I am like Paul. I spank my diamonds pretty hard and have yet to break one(since T.i.). I usually fly them in 3mph and under...but at Wildwood I pushed the envelope some and ran them in some good wind with a standard sail and they still survived.
I also follow the 2 frame routine...but with black race as the second option.