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Author Topic: Did a Raw Beginner Buy Too Much Kite?  (Read 11403 times)
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« Reply #15 on: February 24, 2015, 07:53 AM »

Likewise, I'm between Harrisburg and York. Though I'd prefer to wait until it's not -3 degrees to give you Rev lessons.

I am in Boiling Springs, PA. Since I will be away from mid March until mid April, I don't plan to start learning until after that unless the arctic weather lets up soon. I do appreciate any help I can get.
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« Reply #16 on: February 24, 2015, 08:56 AM »

I'm one of those people that think it's too nice of a Rev to start off with, I'm sure there isn't too many people that would hand someone their brand new NYM or 1.5b pro that has never flown before and tell them to bring it back next week after you've practiced for many hours each day. At the most they would hand you a beater to practice with and walk away.
Personally I'd look for a nice used 1.5sle or even an exp to practice with for awhile especially during the muddy beginning of spring, once things start drying out nicely and you have the basics down and did your share of crashing and learning control, then pull out the NYM.
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« Reply #17 on: February 24, 2015, 09:26 AM »

We are  in a deep freeze for sure, when is spring coming? Replied to your pm, we'll get together when the weather breaks..
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