I acquired a kite a few years ago, and have been trying to figure out how to put it together since I got it. So far I've had no luck. The kite is a Joel K Scholz Signature Series Delta; the 20' Raptor to be precise. It came with a bag of carbon rods, but they all seem to be different sizes. Do any of you happen to have plans, or a diagram that shows how to assemble one of these things? I'd love to put it together and see it up in the air. It looks beautiful. Thanks for any help! I appreciate your time.
Prism Nexus 5 Stack RTF Excellent condition 9 out of 10
The perfect kite for Novice pilots, world travelers with small suitcases, gifts for kids 9 and up!
Nexus 5 Stack Kit
Perfect for show-offs, festivals, anywhere with an audience
Stacking lines pre-installed- just assemble and fly!
Convenient travel case holds the entire assembled stack
Complete with Spectra lines and instructions
Color-matched tails included
Comes with: Pre-measured and attached stacking lines, 150# x 85' Spectra lines, winder, 5 color matched tails, flight straps, convertible 5-stack bag (holds up to 12 kites), complete instructions.
Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Wing Span: 60" (168 cm)
Height: 32" (81 cm)
Wind Range: 3-25 MPH
Pull: Light - Medium
Frame: Pultruded Carbon, Fiberglass
Sail: Ripstop nylon, Mylar laminate
Flying Line: 150# x 85' Spectra
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