SkyPuppets LimitVoodoo

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About SkyPuppets LimitVoodoo

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    Kitelife Regular
  • Birthday 09/01/1976

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  • Favorite Kite(s)
    Revolution
  • Flying Since
    2009 - dualies. 2011 - Revs.
  • Location
    North Las Vegas, NV
  • Interests
    Kites. Poker. Music. Technology. Friends and Family!
  • Gender
    Male

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    United States

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  1. WOWZA I am so stoked to win ! Fortunately, winds out of the North are making for quite a few days with high, bumpy, funky winds. I should be able to get this baby up in the air for some pics and a vid. Thanks to everyone for the congrats! Anyone wondering where I've been can ask my good buddy The RNG, who has been locked up in my basement for a month and basically tortured with a computer virus. That's how we get it done son! Thanks to John and staff and KiteLife for the super dope prizes I can't believe I WON !!!!!! Sent from my LG-H811 using Tapatalk
  2. Looking sharp there!
  3. To prove "we don't need no stinking wind" indoors or not!
  4. Knew about the RC planes.. Learned that kites were a no no in San Diego while trying to fly at Coronado beach. The Navy Seals train there, and have an airfield at the end of the island. While I wasn't arrested, I was shut down and warned very quickly. Very.
  5. Damn smartphone! I can't see that one on my end
  6. Hehe since they are built in to the ABS, it seems like they aren't just required, but are a must.Those loops look heavy compared to magic sticks! Hmmm... "sissy sticks"... "lame loops" They're just "quad roll bars"... Dual kites have had them for a while. I love them on my Temptations...Yeah, I know. Seen them on dualies like you described. Still looks heavier than magic sticks to me! Now I'm wondering if they can be removed from the ABS without affecting the performance...Wish my fire emoji would show
  7. Congrats DH !!
  8. Hehe since they are built in to the ABS, it seems like they aren't just required, but are a must.Those loops look heavy compared to magic sticks! Hmmm... "sissy sticks"... "lame loops"
  9. Wearing out LPG might have to do with beach flying.. my 120s are 2.5 years old now, and still look fairly new. I have been to the beach only twice on these lines, oh and Antelope Island twice. Anyways nice to hear more positive feedback about SkyBond. Does it perform well when used in team situations mixed with LPG?
  10. Are you looking for a new one by chance? http://www.awindofchange.com/product/joe_talon.html
  11. I would have to say there aren't really pros and cons between the 2 lengths. Just a matter of what feels right, as many above have already said. 13s for me, all conditions, most Revs (indoor/B/speed/Zen). Have 15s, tried 17s... don't like at all, any conditions. Not fond 11s either.
  12. I fly kites because I wasn't born with wings of my own.
  13. Argh every time I mess with my LEDs, taping the battery to the light, then to the sail, all I can think is GEE I NEED A 3D PRINTER
  14. You can shed about half the weight of each light (2 grams+ usually) by removing the housings and taping the battery to the LED contacts when needed to be on.
  15. mystainedskin is right about slack line fun with the B2 being off the chart! And so easy to do in low wind, because the B2 won't hang on to less wind in the first place