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Got one thnx!

Wanting to buy a used Revolution kite!

Eyeing a 1.5 B-series, midvent, 3wrap. Since it's gonna be a first ever quad, I'll also be looking for handles and lines.

Preference for local deals so we could meet up and skip the hassle of packing for shipping and all that extra effort.

Feel free to PM me too, thanks all and really appreciate it!

Also looking for any 1.5 style rev (Reflex, Classic, vented, etc.) If you're thinking of letting one of your revs go, pm me please! Has to be RTF.

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makatakam    1,472

Yep, midvent with 3-wrap, or green race rods should do nicely. I just came from the new member intro section and saw you got to fly with Dragonfish. Good going. You should be on track now to choose wisely.

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