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 31 
 on: Yesterday at 12:12 PM 
Started by sadsack - Last post by sadsack
At long last, Santa Claus does fly, no wind gray day with rain. but up he goes.






Wind about 2 to 3 MPH





I was very happy is flew in that low of wind. I have it flying in 25 to 35 MPH.




I love flying NPW 5.








I can't wait on till the wind is up, I do have someone to take photos now. She is just learning.





Got to go enjoy
renny

 32 
 on: Yesterday at 11:49 AM 
Started by peludo99 - Last post by peludo99
Thanks for the advice, I do like a kite with good pull, but am more of a speed freak...but am thinking it might be better to stick with the 1.6 or 2m one, less pull more speed? the 1.6 looks really zippy...big time fun and can fly in up to 8bft apparently, am worried I wont be able to solo launch cause I've heard that the 160 is pretty hard to launch, the bigger they get the easier they are. But the specs on the 200 say its max wind is 6bft whereas the 2.6 can take up to 7bft, but maybe i'd be biting off more than i can chew Wink

 33 
 on: Yesterday at 11:39 AM 
Started by kite_pilot - Last post by Bodega Bay Flyer
Blue Moon Mamba
Benson Gemini
PBSK Vanishing Point
Prism Prophesy
Prism Q-Pro SUL

 34 
 on: Yesterday at 10:19 AM 
Started by peludo99 - Last post by ae
Hi,

The Balors are pretty easy to launch, if you follow the instruction sheet. The bigger they are the more power they produce and the less speed they have. but even the big 9 footer, the 270 is pretty fast and can pull like a truck.
The launch is not anything like a Rev and only somewhat similar to a normal stunt kite.
Speedkites have their own method, which also differs from kite to kite Smiley

 35 
 on: Yesterday at 10:19 AM 
Started by kite_pilot - Last post by Charles P
1. Sport kite designs (Seven SUL)
2. Sport kite designs (MXS Standard)
3. Sport kite designs (Seven Standard)
4. Benson Deep Space (Vented)

  Cool

 36 
 on: Yesterday at 10:08 AM 
Started by chilese - Last post by chilese
With Steve Hall's approval:

Either go to http://www.kiteconnection.com

and do a Product Search (left sidebar) on Calendar

or phone 714.536.3630 to place your order.

Previous Kite Party participants get a discount code

to knock off $2 on the price and get 1/2 price shipping (approx).

The calendars are printed on 100# semi-gloss stock and wire-wound

(not stapled). All profits toward Kite Party 13. Neither the Kite Connection

nor I will make any money on this.

You can see all the photos at the link below:

https://picasaweb.google.com/chilesej/FavoritesKites#6070615919591252306

 37 
 on: Yesterday at 10:01 AM 
Started by stapp59 - Last post by Allen Carter
Sano arrived today and it was warm and sunny.  Embarrassed

Sorry Allen, I can only guarantee best effort here.  Fortunately my sewing is somewhat more accurate than weather patterns.  Please send a bottle of that warm sunshine. It will warm my numb fingers when fiddling with small knots on our cold grey snowy flying fields.

It's back to being dark and rainy. I blame the day of sunshine on shipping delays.

 38 
 on: Yesterday at 08:55 AM 
Started by peludo99 - Last post by Hadge
Hope you are feeling Strong!

Balor 270 von Level One


I have a HQ Delta Hawk which I use in high winds - rated to 47mph!  Smaller and a bit quicker but pulls well and a lot of fun.
Easy to launch, hard to break and quite cheap!


 39 
 on: Yesterday at 07:46 AM 
Started by Doug S - Last post by Doug S
In the past, I was unable to link my pictures directly from my Google Drive, so I would reduce their file size and attach them to my Replies.  Due to memory requirements on this great Forum, the picture attachments in my older replies were removed.  With the help of Steve, I now can link the pictures stored in my Google Drive.  The linked pictures will be at the original resolution of the photographs.  I am working from my later posts and I am back to Reply 203.  Hope to complete this over this weekend.

Doug

 40 
 on: Yesterday at 06:11 AM 
Started by stapp59 - Last post by Frazer

I'm ready for the weather - I hope she brings snow - so I can ski too Cheesy

-Frazer

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