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 on: Today at 10:34 PM 
Started by Allen Carter - Last post by Jorge Gouverneur
A nice place to fly  Smiley

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 on: Today at 10:13 PM 
Started by turbo - Last post by Jorge Gouverneur
Love the slide to crazy copter combination.  Smiley

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 on: Today at 08:17 PM 
Started by Allen Carter - Last post by Allen Carter
slow and floaty   Grin

Yeah, Steve, this video made me think of you. Your TTUL is itching to see some sky. I think it's time to swap the VP out for a while and get the TrickTail Feeling again.  Smiley

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 on: Today at 06:49 PM 
Started by Allen Carter - Last post by dihongshao2000
Wow...wonderful flying at an amazing flying place!

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 on: Today at 06:41 PM 
Started by Allen Carter - Last post by Allen Carter
The only earlier kite that was widely distributed was the Air Master (later called the AM). The Bad Boy/VP was the next step in evolution then the Wild Child and WindWhip/AerZero. Then the Warrior and Stiletto. Then a few oddballs towards the end.

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 on: Today at 06:41 PM 
Started by Allen Carter - Last post by Steve
slow and floaty   Grin

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 on: Today at 05:56 PM 
Started by Allen Carter - Last post by thief
What about compared to Peter's earlier kites?

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 on: Today at 05:23 PM 
Started by Allen Carter - Last post by Allen Carter
Bill, thank You for passing that gorgeous kite on to me. It's my main squeeze below 2mph.

Rob, the VP is the same sail size and shape as the Bad Boy, but made to the lightest available standard of the era. I've had a range of them made between 1996 and 2004 with different sail materials and frames. This one is a 2000 sail, a 2002 bridle and a modern Zero-Air frame. Like all the Bad Boy series its an excellent ballet kite in that it is very responsive. These kites accelerate out of a stall better than just about anything. Very nice speed control. It's a low aspect design, so not really too good for pancake to fade type flipping. Once in a fade it likes to stay there unless you have lots of altitude to pancake or roll out. That's the main advantage the Vapor had over the other '90s SULs. It was a bit more floppy.

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 on: Today at 05:08 PM 
Started by Allen Carter - Last post by thief
Hey Allen
How far apart is the vanishing point from Peters other kites?
I have flown a bad boy a bunch awhile back.... But it has been awhile....

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 on: Today at 05:02 PM 
Started by Allen Carter - Last post by tech267
Allen,

So glad to see you got it back in the air,  after the swim in the ocean.

Absolutely Beautiful, and happy to see a PBSK getting some raves.

Couldn't have found a better home.

Good Winds,
Bill Haebler

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