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amexpmh

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#96305 Global Rev Count.

Posted by amexpmh on 30 March 2015 - 10:47 AM

Marshall +1 (26).  Picked up a White Tiger 1.5 SUL from Kite Connection at Kite Party.
 
Marshall



#95846 Global Rev Count.

Posted by amexpmh on 24 December 2014 - 08:22 AM

Tough record there are several on this list with many more.  But just to keep up I have two others waiting for my return to the beach.  Don is holding the RWB string art and a vented custom KU kite.  While it may seem impossible, in the past two months I have flown nearly every one of the kites.  The mesh and the PB are new and just waiting to jump into the sky.  It's fun to mix it up.  Maybe the best surprise is how much I love the Bayless.  That is a great looking kite and a pleasure to fly.  As I get some video editing/posting skills together I'll put up one of my first video's of the Bayless up on a beautiful beach morning.  This kiting adventure may be an affliction, but it sure is fun.

 

Marshall




#95843 Global Rev Count.

Posted by amexpmh on 23 December 2014 - 06:11 PM

Marshall +1 (23).  Power Blast 2-4 Custom Red White and Blue.  Thank you Lolly, Joe and David.

http://kitelife.com/...ge/5425-pb-2-4/

 

Marshall




#95829 Global Rev Count.

Posted by amexpmh on 22 December 2014 - 05:50 PM

Marshall +1 (22).  75% Shook mesh designed for me by Eliot.  He did a great job and make a great looking kite.




#95668 Global Rev Count.

Posted by amexpmh on 05 November 2014 - 09:35 PM

Marshall +1 (21).  Bayless Masterpiece.


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#95575 New York Minute Is Alive

Posted by amexpmh on 22 October 2014 - 10:53 AM

Ben created the NYM and Ben likes the green race rods. They are lightweight and durable so they can be used in lighter wind as well as heavier wind. Some people do not like the feel of the green race rod. They prefer a three wrap frame.you can order your NYM with whichever frame you choose.


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#95556 Indoor Rev

Posted by amexpmh on 18 October 2014 - 06:58 PM

Fantastic!!!


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#95263 One happy newbie

Posted by amexpmh on 14 August 2014 - 03:25 AM

From your description you vacation closer to the southern part of the outer banks. Which beach? I fly thee as often as I can and we have a network of Rev fliers. We would love to have you join in. Plenty of kites to try out including the New York Minutes. Come join the fun.


#95042 Global Rev Count.

Posted by amexpmh on 09 June 2014 - 11:24 AM

Marshall +1 (16). Spirograph came in.


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#94906 Pro Extra Vented in high wind vs B2 Vented

Posted by amexpmh on 06 May 2014 - 08:21 AM

My feeling here is that I want one!!


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#94789 Is this a trick?

Posted by amexpmh on 13 April 2014 - 05:14 AM

Go no wind permitting I think. :-)


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#94715 New Rev fliers experience

Posted by amexpmh on 25 March 2014 - 08:36 PM

Bob that is fine thinking but you bought your first Rev a month or so ago. At this rate you will have 5-6 Revs by the time you go to the beach. Just make one of them a full vent. Then get an extra... It goes on and on.


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#94685 Global Rev Count.

Posted by amexpmh on 23 March 2014 - 06:14 PM

Amexpmh +1 (14). Kites Unlimited custom. Signed and numbered.


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#94626 About the Pulling power of a Rev kite, and some background story

Posted by amexpmh on 17 March 2014 - 04:41 PM

Best would be the single vent. Better wind range with some venting 20% I think. It's hard to pick one because they all have time when I want to pull "that" one out. At KP I got to fly all four at different times. Flew all my B Series too. Spent the most time on the 1 vent NYM. It was a pleasure to fly.


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#94612 About the Pulling power of a Rev kite, and some background story

Posted by amexpmh on 16 March 2014 - 09:26 AM

There are a bunch of people here who know that. "Gotta have one" feeling. Cool thing about the Rev's is that you can tune out most of the pull. Also there are vented versions of the kite. The vents really reduce the pull. With a lighter frame you can fly a mid vent in very light wind. Then there is the B2 a smaller version. Very speedy but because of the smaller size it does not pull as much. Bert of luck to you.


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