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Old 11-16-2004, 07:22 PM
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Here is the kites that my dad came up with. I am going to try to upload a video of the kite flying. Let me know if you like this.
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Old 11-16-2004, 07:29 PM
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Can somebody tell me how I can upload a video. My video is a avi video clip.
Old 11-17-2004, 03:09 AM
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You can't upload a video to RCU. You have to have it hosted like the way you have a webpage hosted.

Do you have your own website? If so post it the same way you post an image file. Then send the link out.

Like the kites.
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Hey, how about some info! I've been looking to do one of these. I like the SPAD body. What kite did you use?
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Tim I've got some kites just like that. Before I got into RC I used to be into stunt kiting. It's loads of fun.

They sell them really cheap on Ebay. Just do a search for stunt kite. You'll see them pop up. From 8-20 max is all you need to pay. Any stunt kite will work.

That looks like a 64" stunter, again you'll see em on Ebay.

Jerry have you ever tried to put sevos on the cord leads? I know you need lots of pull for stunting, but maybe enough to help it turn? Has anyone ever tried that?
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I have been toying with converting one of my old stunt kites. How about a flight report?
What does it do well or poorly.
What would you do diffrently.
IS IT FUN?

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