Helping my dad sell kites to reduce his collection. Many are new or nearly new.
The two pictures are of the list. Prices are TBD. Inquiries and requests for pictures welcome.
No longer available: #1-5 (Beetles), #6-7 (Illusion 2000), #15 (Yin Yang), #28 (Wren).
In process: #33-34 (Mirage). Working on price for interested party to respond.
Only one E2 will be sold (#11 or 12) and only one Fanatic will be sold (#13 or 14).
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.
So I ran a forum search and couldn't figure this out...so here I am asking for help, lots of questions but one main idea - what is an SUL really?:
What is the difference between an indoor quad and an SUL? What makes an SUL different than a standard? Can I take a standard and change/tweek some stuff and end up with a SUL sail - or is the sail itself too heavy or is the sail geometry different? Is an SUL just an indoor flown outside when there is no wind??
I know that there are times when there is not enough wind to keep my standard afloat without lots of work....and that is ok. But I keep hearing about SUL but I don't know what that really means. Not looking for an equipment fix to the no wind issue, just trying to educate myself as to what the consensus is on terms.
May 3rd at 5pm-6pm PST (8pm-9pm EST)
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