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  1. I have gotten a chance to fly my EXP a couple of times in really light inconsistent winds. I think I can get it down, but its a lot different from the other kites I have flown. Im starting to understand how to do a turn. Gotta watch all the tutorial videos again. Right now I am just focusing on landing and taking off. Pretty fun stuff! Bring on the warm weather!
  2. I went ahead and ordered a Rev EXP a few minutes ago. Pro Kite USA had a 15% off coupon so it was a good price I could afford. I think they have already shipped it so maybe the weather will warm up and I can get it out sometime this week. In the mean time ill keep watching videos! Looking forward to trying it out.
  3. Thanks for the advice WAYNE. I have flown dual line kites for a while but I don't think much of that will transfer over to a quad. Like you were talking about taking tension off a line in a crash, I've always done that on my dual line kites.
  4. Great sounds good I’ll keep an eye out for your message.
  5. Thanks for all the good advice. Ill keep an eye out for a good deal on a quad and hopefully I can try one out in mean time.
  6. I really need to do some more research on this. The more I am learning the more I realize I need to do more research on these. Feel from to delete this post. Thanks
  7. Thats a good call on trying out some different models. I live in a big city but we don't have a have any kite groups that I have found anyway. In Eureka Springs,AR they are having their Kite Festival again but I don't recall ever seeing a quad. Might get lucky and get to fly one though. I would be real comfortable paying 100-150 for a EXP that way I can get my money back out of it if I don't like it or want to upgrade. What will a higher end Quad do that a 200 dollar won't do in the right hands? I live in Missouri so our winds are not very consistent. I don't really understand the venting I see mentioned. Should I look for a certain type of venting? Thanks again for all the help.
  8. Well 150 would be ideal, but id be open to other options. Thanks!
  9. Im looking to purchase my first quad line kite. Ive been looking at Revolution but am open to other options, Im on a budget so that's why I am looking for used. Thanks for looking!
  10. Okay great ill check that brand out, I had seen Freilein listed a few times when people asked about an affordable quality quad. Thank ya
  11. I would like to get back into kite flying and buy a quad line kite like a Revolution. I assume I will enjoy it but it is a lot of money for me at this moment. Is there a benefit to buying new or should I just keep searching for used. I assume no one minds a WTB ad in the for sale section also? I enjoy flying any kind of kite but I have never had the chance to try a quad line kite. Now that I am retired seems like its the time to finally give one a try. Thanks for the help and advice.
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