I'm aware the go-to material for quads like revs are the 3/4oz icarex ripstop nylon.
But anyone can help with determining the thread count and density of such .75oz ripstop rev sails use? Assuming 1sqm or sqf.
This is a package deal for Revolution Quad Kites, and accessories.
1) Revolution B-Series Custom Gray Fade Standard
Includes Two wrap frame set, Three wrap frame set, Black Race frame set, Green Race frame set
LPG Quad line set 90# x 100', LPG Quad line set 150# x 100 feet
Revolution Quad handles 13" with pro leaders
2) Revolution 1.5 Ghost SUL (all white sail)
Includes Black Race frame set, Two wrap frame set
LPG Quad line set 50# x 100'
Revolution Quad handles 15" with pro leaders
3) Revolution Skulls Printed Full Sail
includes Black Race frame set
4) Revolution Supersonic Gold/Black
Includes extra rods
LPG Quad line set 150# x 100'
Revolution Quad handles 11" with regular leaders
5) Prism Large Roll Up Kite Bag, able to hold up to 10 kites, and accessories
$1200.00 all included, free shipping to USA when you use PayPal friends, and family option
All kites, and bag are around 6 months old, and are in like new condition, sails are still crisp, no stains, rips, or holes.
Photos available upon request
I'm well-experienced with dual-line stunt kites, and am going to buy a Revolution quad. In doing research, I'd like a better understanding of the differences I would experience between the Revolution EXP on the low-end, and the B-Series on the high-end. I'm not really worried about the price difference, and I'd like to own a kite that can keep up as my skills continue to improve. But I also don't want to waste money on a more expensive kite like the B-series or New York Minute if the flight characteristics are only marginally different than the EXP. So in short, what makes the B-series a better kite than the EXP? Also, does the mid-vent have the widest wind range?