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« on: November 12, 2012, 08:34 AM »

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 Not much word yet, but saw
 Bell putting it through paces at Bintulu recently.  Looks very tricky . :-)
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« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2012, 03:04 PM »

Duende 220 Std

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 Bell putting it through paces at Bintulu recently.  Looks very tricky . :-)


I agree, Bell made it look very tricky... but he could make his hat look tricky  Cheesy

It certainly looked like a really nice performer, especially as the wind was quite light for most of the festival.  At a guess I'd say you don't have to learn Tazes - they come pre-installed.
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I agree, Bell made it look very tricky... but he could make his hat look tricky  Cheesy

It certainly looked like a really nice performer, especially as the wind was quite light for most of the festival.  At a guess I'd say you don't have to learn Tazes - they come pre-installed.
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Yes, Kevin. The kite Tazes almost effortlessly. The rest of the tricks looks very accessible too. Anxiously waiting for more review. Wink
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