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  1. Awdpsi

    Squirrel AURA

    maybe check the classified's section of this website and click on the section for aura1 will be hard to sell unless you basically give it away and even then.....
  2. Yea I purchased mine through Jarno. I'm sure if you contacted him he would help you out or just contact atair directly. They have extremely good customer support. Trust me you wont be disappointed.
  3. I have to second the post above me the WinX is an amazing canopy made by a base canopy mfg and it shows. Packs super duper small. It's all ZP and fun as hell to fly. I load mine (135) at 1.55 and its never failed me yet. I've had zero problem getting back from long sports. I've flown side by side with a P7 and it seems to glide better although we did have different wing loadings. I fly with someone who has an epicine 190 and he has no where near the same performance or glide as I do. He's landed off while I've made it back. I also have to say ZP will without question last longer than f111. I like the idea with it for opening characteristics and pack volume. With the WinX there isn't a need for the f111. It opens great!! Oh and I fly the winx with a Carve and a Strix and its the bees knees so get yourself one. (and its cheaper than the other f111 options that wont last as long)
  4. Awdpsi

    Pilot7 canopy

    I would agree its a bit tight but nothing outrageous. I also have 300+ jumps on mine so its probably a little softer than new but even new it packed pretty darn small. I was flying with someone on a similar sized P7 this weekend opening similar alt and they def sunk out a bit faster than I even though I'm slightly higher loaded.
  5. Awdpsi

    Pilot7 canopy

    It has to do with the construction methods I believe. Similar to how the flik was offered in an LV version for a while. Same material as the regular one just lighter lines and construction. I'm sure someone at atair can comment on this with more knowledge but it packs super small. You can also get it in a ultralight version that uses PN9 I believe for certain ribs or something to that effect and it packs 2 sizes smaller. If you haven't tried one or thought about one I suggest give it a run. Absolutely love the canopy
  6. Awdpsi

    Pilot7 canopy

    if your interested in trying something else I fly a winx 135 all zp from Atair. It packs the same size as a 120 opens and flies amazingly loaded at 1.6. I've never had any issues with openings or making it back from a long spot. Even surprised myself a few times. I'm pretty sure its also a fair bit cheaper than anything else on the market. Just figured I would throw that into the mix
  7. Awdpsi

    Scala rider Packtalk?

    Team flatspin (Acro Team) uses the sena at my local DZ and they love them. 2 flyers and a camera flyer all have them and the only complaint I've heard is that occasionally its hard to connect to each other. Side note I use them on my motorcycle all the time and love them.
  8. Awdpsi

    Wingsuiting in Florida, Jan 18?

    deland or zhills
  9. It's literally all over facebook if anyone wants to see it. I'll sum it up though. Cut away stupid stupid stupid low, slider is just about completely down with a fully inflated canopy when the feet touch the ground.
  10. Awdpsi

    Cadmium VS SS

    I just order my new odyssey! Congrats. From what I've been told SS will not rust Cadmium will. So if you ever have a chance of getting moisture (swoop a pond, shitty landing) it may be worth it. The way I looked at it was I'm planning on jumping this rig for at least 5+ years so for the little bit extra it was worth it to me. Thats just my 2cents take it for what it is worth.....not much