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In Topic: Another Newbie here....

07 April 2015 - 11:22 AM

Is the correct address for this event 7850 VOA park drive in West Chester Ohio? Lom

In Topic: Another Newbie here....

07 April 2015 - 09:14 AM

OK, so if I understand, all I need is a Full vented 1.5 purchased with a 4 wrap. This combined with what I already have (B series standard vent with standard and race frame) and I should be able to mix n match whatever I need? So would it stand to say that for the full vent on a windy day I should use the 4 wrap and if I wanted to smoothly fly it on lower wind days I could insert the lighter frames ( standard or race)? Thanks Do they ever have a get together around the Ohio area for these? Lom

In Topic: Another Newbie here....

07 April 2015 - 04:23 AM

Being new and not fully understanding the differences between all these frames, which ones should I look at, SLE, EXP,B series, ZEN, ohh so many choices, just want to make the right one for long term. Thanks again, appreciate the help! Lom

In Topic: Another Newbie here....

07 April 2015 - 04:13 AM

I did get what they call the Race frame with the standard frame ( sorry I don't know what the "Rev" terms are yet). I have been flying it with the standard frame in it, the race frame is still sealed up. I'll have to look at this full vent and 4 wrap option you mentioned.  Thanks so much! Lom

In Topic: Another Newbie here....

06 April 2015 - 04:15 PM

Hello Members


Looking for some future advice on my next Rev purchase. I currently have the B 1.5 Standard Vent Night Series with 3 different line sets.

I was satrting to look at what my next one could be. I noticed with this one the other day that I was getting a lot of sail whipping (not sure if this is the "Rev" term but) during some high wind gusts which statred me to think about a second kite with a different vent set up. I would like to keep the cost down by using my current handles and line sets. So any sugestions would be appreciated. I would like something that could shed some of these higher wind days and fly at a more consistant speed (if possible with these Ohio winds).

I have tried several different settings on my handles and found the 3rd knot in and the first knot in works best for my liking and I like best my 50' lines.