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    • Let me recommend even with the Djinn and Aluminum caps they can pick up a burr on the concrete that will slice through the bridle and worse yet, cause issues when packing up by scratching against the fabric of the kite itself. Try putting some cheap pencil eraser caps on the endpoints of the caps. It will save the caps from at least the first few impacts without adding too much weight. Easiest launch in your situation is a throw launch. or use a sock full of sand or beads to weight the handles while you set up.  
    • You would need to ask Andy about the wind ranged for the lite vs std additions.  I do know that much of it has to do with ones experience level.  A skilled pilot, not me yet, would have a much easier time flying in the lower wind ranges with a std sail.  And it seems that a number of guy's really like flying a SUL model in low winds.  Me, well I struggle to get the darn wing off the ground and keep it in the air when the wind dies down🤪 Regarding the quality of the Challenger, it seems very well made.  I have not seen the UL version, so cannot really say, sorry.
    • Next 135% mesh will be Black White, Silver and Charcoal..  
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    • I have dealt with Andy, and he is a super nice guy.  That is what got me looking at the Challengers.  Does the Std fly well in 6-12 or would you get the Lite?  Yes, I am glad to get some input here.  I actually have quite a few good places to fly around here.  I will not likely ever fly below 6, and when the wind is above 20, the Whizz will be out.  Paul from Level One has been very responsive, the Badass or the Hydra(he designed it right) are his recommends.  Seems like a good guy.  Thanks for the help.
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