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Curious if anyone within driving distance by any chance has one of the new Rev Rx or XX kites on hand and wouldn't mind letting me have a feel for them? Really considering jumping for one but unsure of how they feel, since it's a different preference for every individual.

Thanks, feel free to PM too if you like.

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