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  1. Coogee

    eBay & Gumtree Finds

    High speed flying doona Mike
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    eBay & Gumtree Finds

    So what stunt kites did you get? Mike
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    Quad leading edge mesh

    Nice bit of lateral thinking. Looks cool Mike
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    Spike

    Good fun and your right kids love them. Mike
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    Caterpiller

    Got a bit of an evil look.. Mike
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    Fighter kites

    INIce kIte
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    Windsock

    Really nice Bring it to the next FOTW Mike
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    Line Laundry

    Nice Where did the plan come from Mike
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    Single line kites

    1,2 or 4 line all good. Mike
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    Prism E3 - Lower Spreader ARGHHHHH

    Does the LS push onto a ferrule or slot into a fitting? If it pushes on to a ferrule check the ferrule for a hard corner at it's end. Sand it to a round. You can wrap the end of the LS in cotton, plenty of wraps, and soak it in super glue. Give the LS a light sand first at that spot. If it pushes into a fitting stuff the LS tube with another smaller piece of rod. Again make sure that internal piece has no sharp corners on its ends. Glue it in. Mike
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    Freilein Quadline Kites

    Not to be subverting the topic but.... 0.33 oz poly. More info please! Mike
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    Glider

    The fabric is very light. Much lighter than Icarex. It does stretch a bit but since I am using it for gliders that is not an issue for me. It is a bugger to sew, easily ripped, and you only get one go with DS tape. It is a bit tricksy to work with and I think it is not cheap. If I was looking for very light weight material for a full size stunter I would think that very light grade Cuban would be what I would try. Again not cheap but you can sew it. For SSUL kites i reckon the rods, fittings, sail pockets and reinforcements are the way to get a light kite. If your really keen after you pare all that down the next step is sail material. Mike
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