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Hi.

Im an good pilot with many kites (Trick, Power, Quad kites... ). I've got a Kamikaze Kite and a Rev. I thinks its the Exp.

Now im looking for a super precise Revolution Kite. for normal wind. and not for Powerkiting.

I like very fast and very direct kites.

What is your recommendation?

A Rev, 1.5 SLE? Super Sonic?

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Now im looking for a super precise Revolution Kite.

I like very fast and very direct kites.

What is your recommendation?

B Series or B Pro Series.....and if you go to Wildwood, NJ this weekend you can try them out with Ben and the Rev Riders, then call me and we'll get you fixed up!! :) :)

I hope you can make it!

Theresa

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B Series or B Pro Series.....and if you go to Wildwood, NJ this weekend you can try them out with Ben and the Rev Riders, then call me and we'll get you fixed up!! :) :)

I hope you can make it!

Theresa

Thanks for you Advice.

I Think Wildwood is too far for me. Becaus i Have no car...

Jens

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I'd go with a Rev II. It has become my favorite to fly when conditions are right. Great to fly in 10-15 range. Then I switch to my supersonic for a stronger frame to handle winds higher.

I have a B=series, a 1.5.

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For fast and very snappy with pinpoint touchy control, the Supersonic is awesome. I find the Sonic works best in the stronger wind ranges (above 8mph) but it is also very capable of flying in the lighter winds - not as exciting for me as the stronger winds though. For ultimate precision, the Rev 1 is awesome although like the 1.5 and B-Series, it is much slower than the Super Sonic.

It really depends on what you are ultimately looking for. For speed - Sonic. For precision and control - B-Series.

Hope that helps.

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