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Morrunya

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Morrunya last won the day on April 14 2013

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About Morrunya

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  • Birthday 06/23/1992

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    http://wattyrev.com
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    Seattle, WA
  • Interests
    Kite Flying, Web Development
  • Favorite Kites
    B-Series PRO

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  1. I have a side project that I have been working on for the last few months. It was somewhat of an experiment with different technologies, and has been very much a learning experience. But, today I am ready to announce the beta launch of kitepaint.com. This is a beta launch, so the project is at the point of usability, but is not yet finished. The reason I am beta launching this is to get some more eyes on the project to find bugs that I may have missed, and to see what public opinion is and how it may influence changes to the site. I am launching with only one product at the moment, the Revolution B-Series PRO. But, I am hoping to add more to the site in the future. Feel free to play around on it, and let me know what you think! Thanks, Watty
  2. Oh, I see what's up. I forgot about my older Rev II, so my count is actually 19, not 18. I just went though the update link in the PM. Thanks.
  3. Ah, found it. I was looking at the first post of the thread where it said I have 11.
  4. Watty +7(18) I'm counting the 5-stack of B2s as five, plus a masterpiece and something else.. vented b2 maybe? Not sure what is new since I last updated
  5. Hey John, I've got an addition here for you: iQuad Red by Barry Poulter Originally owned by Ben D'Antonio. Now owned by Spencer Watson Also, I can confirm that the blue KiteLife and iQuad are in JB's collection
  6. I realized I have not posted mine here. Got the full set, Zen through Xtra vent in the same layout. Brought to you by KiteLife magazine
  7. Yea, I do know a few folks that use the Rev Indoor outside, but I for one never take it out. The slightest breeze on that kite makes it twitchy and hard to control. In super light winds I stick with a std B-Pro or maybe a Zen if I am feeling lazy.
  8. Street/Urban kiting would be flying in urban locations. This usually means that you would be in areas where both the surrounding is obstructed (surrounded by buildings) and the flying area is obstructed (benches, posts, fountains, etc..). I would say that street kiting is most characterized by putting a kite where a kite probably ought not to be.
  9. Exactly what I was thinking. The labels on the old Rev Indoor rods said "Advantage 1.5."
  10. A picture could help too. I'm curious.
  11. I've done it. First time I did it was with a Zen prototype on thirty foot lines. I don't do it often because my left axel is too unreliable, but it is certainly doable.
  12. Sometimes there's a batch of ones that don't last so long. \
  13. I do see one member on the map in Massachusetts: http://www.revkites.com/forum/membermap/
  14. Generally, yea, I think so, but it would make such a minor difference that I wouldn't find it worth worrying about.
  15. Just created a tutorial on how to replace a bridle on a Rev. This process is the same for all Rev 1.5 (b-series, exp, masterpieces, etc.), 2, and 1 models, and is very similar to that of the Blast series or Speed series kites.
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