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Mr. Guatemalan kiteFlier

Member Since 14 May 2007
Offline Last Active Jul 09 2008 08:34 AM
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Topics I've Started

*FRENCH BRIDLES*

05 August 2007 - 07:54 PM

Hi everyone, at was afraid, at first, to post this, but then I read John's topic on modifications, and decided to share this with you. I have known of the "French Bridles" for a while now, and just last week I decided to test it in my Old Rev. SUL 1.5, now, modified to Vented Rev. 1.5 and I am totally convinced that the French Bridles, are a mile and some, BETTER, than the regular bridles. "This is only my own personal opinion".
With the French Bridles, I could do: GROUND PANCAKES, AXELS, FLIC-FLACS, AND...some good ground recovery, that CANNOT be done with regular bridles. Since videos speak better than words, I am sharing my last experience, with you, I had a lot of fun doing those tricks, over and over, The video is of poor quality, cause I use Microsoft video maker, and my Sony lap top is old, and for been the first time with these bridles in my Revo. 1.5 .......I guess I did pretty good. Posted Image Posted Image Anyway, I let you be the judge.

http://video.google....4...50519&hl=en


Suggestion...try them, (French Bridles), you'll like them.
Hector Herrera
Mr. Guatemalan KiteFlier.
I Fly for Victory.

*YOUNGEST REV. PILOT EVER*

08 July 2007 - 06:19 PM

Let introduce myself My name is Samuel Alexis, I am 27 days old, and I have "MY OWN REV."
My first Rev. kite was given to me, after church services, by my God Father Hector Herrera, who built it for me, when my MOM and my DAD were presenting me to God and the church congregation. I am first child for my Mom.


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*TOSS AND CATCH*

02 July 2007 - 06:03 PM

This has been done by many people, I just want to share this video and encourage someone to give it a try. The way to do it is to pull the top lines, BUT BE VERY CAREFULL...DON'T DO IT WITH STRONG WINDS..."IT MAY CUT YOUR HAND OR YOUR FINGERS". This is very important for everyone safety. Now go ahead and give it a try, I was doing it with 12 feet lines lenght. It is easier, if the wind elevates the kite a lot, pull the lines at a very high angle, if the wind is low, pull the lines at a lower elevation. You will be your own judge on when and where to pull. Have fun.

http://video.google....7...46375&hl=en

Héctor Herrera
Mr. Guatemalan KiteFlier.

*KITE SWIMMING???*

17 June 2007 - 06:46 AM

Nothing like California beaches...ahhh ...nice.
Space Stations kite at the beach. (And into it.) B)
This guy Hector, really knows how to get some fun with his Home made kites. ;)

*NEW REV. DESIGN*

07 June 2007 - 06:22 PM

NEW REV. DESIGN PRESENTED BY:
JOHN BARRESI, DAVE HATHAWAY, MIKE KORY, AND BEN D'ANTONIO. :rolleyes:
You guys are looking good with your new rev. design...