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- Fri Nov 22, 2019 10:51 am
- Forum: Second Hand Market Place
- Topic: Helium 7,10,12M for sale
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Will sell whole quiver at discount or individually. All kites are in great shape no repairs. 7 has least use, 10&12 moderate 1 season use. I am in US. PM me if interested.
A little longer throw on the bar. The sweet spot on the Helium 3 is pretty small. This causes what people have discribed as "flap to stick." I have gotten use to it and it can have its advantages. The sweet spot on the E6 is longer and sweeter than the H3. Not sure if you could steal some DNA from t...
After owning a quiver of Heliums since they came out I have to say they are holding up quite well. I was skeptical that the lighter construction would cause failure issues but they are still 100% in tact. Treating them the same as any other kite I've owned,
- Sun Jun 09, 2019 3:09 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Controller 4 - how to calibrate lines
- Replies: 5
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There is also the old school way. Connect all 4 lines to a anchor point. I use a tree with a rope around it and connect lines to a little strong carabeaner. If one line is shorter that the rest than pull super hard on it till its the same lenth. If one is shorter than all than yank pther lines until...
- Fri May 31, 2019 12:50 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Best Helium 3 size for light wind relaunch?
- Replies: 3
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I' ve got a simular quiver with 10m instead of 9m. For sure the 7M will launch the easiest for reasons you described. Although no kite will relaunch if the wind is too light. Here are some tips I use when riding in marginal wind. Always keep tension in your lines and save the kite at all costs. If t...