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Author Topic: bit of fun with the zero G  (Read 1294 times)
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« Reply #15 on: March 11, 2013, 01:31 PM »

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Anthony .... nice flying and good music... Really enjoyed watching you fly her. 

JT has built a new Zero-G. He and Wayne built a couple over the past summer.  They are nice flyers.  Wind or no wind.

The new one JT built last month may be going to Kite Party ... 

The Kite is HUGE .... He did some amazing things with it. I'll get some photos this week from him...

I am sure the wing is over ten feet ... Anyone who loves flying these Zero-G's are in for a Big Treat ... 


I've seen the kite Joe and its a beauty but we better not let too much more out of the bag until Jon decides what he's going to do with it.  I was asked not to spread the info around or the pics I have of it. I will say though that its nothing like the Zero G or plutz except for the basic idea of a canard type kite and that will have to do until Jon gives the word.

I think the skin is TOO busy!!!!

But I am certain that it is top notch!!!!
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