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jtval  (D 26340)

Dec 22, 2001, 12:49 AM
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alright im full of questions again.
when your heads down with more then just you. 2 way and you transistion around eachother like in all the freefly clown vid's etc etc.
how do they aviod dropping when they are in eachothers burble?(beside that fact that they are good)
i know its only a split second but when you see stuff that's pretty involved it would seem like they would hit the burble and lose altitude. i know they are good but it doens loook they are even effected by it. please point out my stupidity.it cant be a simple as knowing itll happen and adjusting for it, can it?


Have fun, LIVE FREE, Skydive
JT



freeflir29  (D 10000000)

Dec 24, 2001, 12:14 PM
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Re: transistion ques. [In reply to] Can't Post

The momentum carries you through the burble. Just like RW buble hopping.

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Clay


jtval  (D 26340)

Dec 24, 2001, 6:06 PM
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Re: transistion ques. [In reply to] Can't Post

 i guess it would make sense.ESPECIALLY, knowing that i was watching these trasistions in S-L-O-W motion.
thanks clay


Have fun, LIVE FREE, Skydive
JT




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