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  • Favorite Kite(s)
    Quads
  • Flying Since
    1987
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    Everett, WA
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    United States

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  1. both have broken about couple of inches outside the T, however, it is kind of hard to tell and the splits go quite far. I may just try gluing in a plug, although I hadn't really thought about it before now. Thanks for the suggestion!
  2. Oh, I enjoy it very much. I have mixed feelings about it lately, but not in the way that you think. I tried it out towing an 80 foot tube tail the other day, and loved it. I just feel sad about using it for that kind of duty, when clearly it is a much more capable kite. Thanks for the input! Brett
  3. I'm pretty sure that is for new Outerspaces. Mine is an old one. Maybe it is a direct swap, but my guess is that I will also need to replace the center T if I switch to skyshark. I guess its time get out the mike and start measuring.
  4. I have an old Benson Outerspace, a very nice kite. I have one spreader that is marked Excel 6. The other had no markings (I bought the kite used). I bought a pultruded rod of the right size, and it lasted one outing and splintered just like the first one. As far as I can tell, these Excel rods were something special, I just don't know what. Obvious stronger than normal pultruded carbon. Funny thing is, I can fly it pretty well splintered, go figure. Any insight would be appreciated. Brett
  5. Sorry, not a chance. If you are ever in the Seattle area, you can give it a try
  6. Why, then are you not out flying? Great picture. Brett
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  8. Have you flown a rev? You may not want an EXP, but the first real rev I got was an old 1.5, pre-SLE. I think any rev will give you lots of things to try and work on and be fun. $195 with lines and handles isn’t really too bad. I’ve bought most of my used ones for around $100, but never with lines or handles. Good luck and enjoy. Brett
  9. Yes, that is a nice video. Thanks for posting.
  10. Blue Sky at Boxcar Park in Everett, WA
  11. No, he was travelling with wife, dogs, and car in tow, so no time. Sounds like he has a good group up in Canada to fly with though.
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