Mstroke2017

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About Mstroke2017

  • Rank
    Newbie
  • Birthday 08/26/1956

Profile Information

  • Favorite Kite(s)
    Quads, Duals, Singles
  • Flying Since
    1985
  • Location
    Hawaii, California, World
  • Country
    United States
  • Interests
    Gee, a bit of everything...
  • Gender
    Male

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  1. You might be a kite nut.

    If you have to buy a trailer to haul your kites to the field... Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  2. Karma Flexifoil Stacker 8/14/17

    I still have my 4', with a light wind leading edge...I also several years ago purchased a Ray Merry RM10, that one yanked me off my feet the first and only time I flew it... Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  3. Reasons for Multiple Kites in Quiver/Arsenal?

    Where to start? I have been flying since the '80s and I love it! I have just about all my kites from then til now, each one was purchased for a specific place I've flown, from here in NJ, all the way to Diego Garcia BIOT...each place has unique winds and conditions, I bought kites and lines for each since all I wanted to do was fly on my off time...I will admit I also bought kites for looks, I purchased a TOL Team Hawaiian and a 3/4 Hawaiian, custom made in Blue hues, and then I stacked them, they look beautiful, and pull like a horse...but that was a "I want" purchase...I started with one box kite purchsed in Hawaii on my honeymoon, well two kites, she loved the unicorn...lol neither of these kites never flew in Hawaii, wind way too strong, and me not knowing enough to adjust the bridle...however, I have both kites, no wife, so you can see where this is going...lol The kites have been flown in San Diego, but only the box kite has been flown in NJ...now I know you're asking about the stunt kites, those are what I was explaining about wind, lines etc...my experience has been if you can learn to fly in low wind conditions then you'll find it easier to fly in stronger winds up to the upper moderate winds, after that it's different since the kite pulls harder and moves faster...now I have all sorts of kites from single to quad lines, small to huge show kites, hard spar, and foils, inflatables and complex crazy contructions, and I have a trailer for the car and one for my bike...lol I'll let you all know when I get the third trailer... Hope this was helpful...
  4. And John you know me, both from here and the AKA...