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Author Topic: Nirvana SE specs  (Read 471 times)
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« on: September 30, 2017, 03:22 PM »


I was wondering if anyone could help me out. I'm looking for specs on the Nirvana SE LW. The bridle should be the same as on all SE models, so if you have one, what's yours? I've seen the Reed design bridle diagrams, and I might give one of those a go, but it is for the Nirvana first edition. Can't seem to find the SE spec sheet that use to be on the R-Sky web page.

Also, what Skyshark frame are you using? I've got an SE that has a G-Force Skinny SUL  frame on it, and I'm wondering if a non conical LE would work better, such as a P100/200  combination. Oh, and if you get the chance, how far are your APAs from the nose, how much weight are you using, and how long is your LS?

I've found some mixed information from Italian and French forums, and I would love to get some tried and true info from you guys.

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« Reply #1 on: October 02, 2017, 03:49 AM »

Focusing mostly on standoffs and bridle measurements at the moment. If anyone can help, would be most welcomed!
Thanks!
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