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  1. Unless this dealer has lowered its pricing, an Exodus Std goes for $215 & the Exodus Mid Vent goes for $245, plus the additional UL T-0 frame for the standard sells for $80. That's what I payed in May/June of this year. If they can be had for less, brand new, I can adjust as well. Both of the kites I'm selling are brand new & never flown.
  2. I purchased these Freilein Exodus Std & Mid Vent Quads in May/June of this year. Both are brand new & unflown. Both are 2017 models in the Cool colors scheme (purple/dk blue/mid blue/blk) & feature the round holes in the leading edge instead of mesh. Also included is the UL T-0 frame for the Std model to fly in lighter winds. Everything was purchased from the dealer that sells Freilein. I am selling these 2 kites because I purchased 3 of Lam's ABS kites (UL, Std, Mid Vent) & fell in love flying them. Freilein Exodus Std & sleeve + UL T-0 frame (2 frames) Freilein Exodus Mid Vent & sleeve SOLD PayPal accepted.
  3. Lam Hoac's New AC

    I recently had Lam build me one of his new AC dual line stunters in SUL & received it yesterday. Let me first say I've been flying for a long time but gave it up in 2000 & just came back to kiting this year - so I am very much an 'old skool' flyer that progressed to doing only axels before I put my lines down. That being said, I took the AC SUL out for a 'spin' yesterday in very light winds (2-5mph) & my flying "came alive" again!!! Starting with just general flying, progressing to precision moves, & then on to some very basic 'tricks', the AC was flying as if by telepathy - everything I wanted to do in my thought process translated perfectly into actual kite maneuvers!!! I have never connected with a dual line stunter so quickly & so thoroughly as I did with the AC SUL!! I know I have a loonng way to go to catch up on all the latest tricks, but this kite is so capable of executing the tricks while providing razor sharp precision handling - and all so effortlessly!! The AC SUL makes kite flying FUN AGAIN!!!!!! I used to watch Lam compete in the '90's & knew then he was a world-class flyer - I hadn't realized he also became world-class in kite design/manufacture as well!!!! Here's a photo of my new AC SUL
  4. Prism 4D Custom

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  5. Quad Count (they all count)

    Fairly new to this Forum & have been a dual line flier mainly for 27 years. Sold most of my quads ..... until recently ... 1 - Quadrafoil 1- Rev B-Series standard 1 - ABS standard (newly acquired)
  6. I am an 'old school' kite flyer that's been 'out of the loop' for nearly 19 years & I am now getting my '2nd wind'! I am mostly a dual line flyer, but used to fly mostly Rev's & a few Deca's. In reading some of the older posts, I saw where Lam Hoac developed an interesting quad line, the ABS, about 3 years ago. I've not seen a whole lot of info or newer posts on this kite. Is it still being produced? Is it still a relevant quad design? What do you who fly quads think about this kite?
  7. Mike Sterling and Team Cyborg

    You know, I was 42 back 1991, about the time I first met you!! time flies!!!!!??
  8. Mike Sterling and Team Cyborg

    How are you doing 'kid'? another old fart from the past. This is Bob Neiman & I was just rummaging through all my I'd kites & came upon the Team Radial Cyborg Mike made for me on this very day! In 1991!!! So I started to reminisce & got on google to look up Mike Sterling, & well, here I land in this thread. I remember all the good times we had in the 90's (when you were just a kid!) mom now in Phoenix, but don't fly as much as I'd like to. Say hi to any of the gang we used to fly with & against! bob
  9. GuildWorks Synergy Deca

    Mark, I'm sure you've moved on from from this thread, but I just found it as I was googling the Synergy Deca. Your story gave me wonderful memories of my time in the world of kites. I was a competitive flier (dual lines), kite store owner, & a kite collector. I recently pulled out my kite bags & spent a whole day putting together the dozens of dual line, quad line, & custom single line kites from some of the famous kite makers of the 1980's, 90's, & early 2000's. (Those were the glory days!!) I still have 3 Synergy Deca 31's, 2 no wind Deca's, several Deca 1's & 3 or 4 Minergy 333's. i should probably start thinking about new homes for all these classic kites. Any suggestions? bob