Timmeeh

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  1. I've been doing 450's for a long time now. Last year, I wanted to try out only harness to explore the difference. I think I ended up doing 200 jumps with harness only. I'm jumping a HK-75(WL 2.6) and a HKT-69 (WL 2.9). Front riser turns: Gave me a much faster dive. Sometimes at Pink Open, it can get turbolent. And sometimes so much, that I couldn't hold my front risers down thoughout the dive, ruining the dive. Harness only: A much flatter a searching dive. I was doing the turn too slow though. And when I was speeding up the turn in general, I found it hard to get enough speed for the rollout-power to be efficient. It's quite comfortable though. You just chill and turn, giving your brain peace for concentration(no mucles needed, pretty much). At the moment, I wanna go back to 450 with fronts, or go to 630 only harness. At times, I would get the SAME horizontal speed on the 75(WL 2.6) with fronts, compared to the 69(WL 2.9) with harness only. As far as Setup: Fronts: Easy. You don't travel as much in the dive. You don't have to account for drift in the turn as much. Harness: Semi-Hard. You have to start the turn further out, and you travel a bit more forcing you to really read the winds and try to calculate the drift in the turn. So my conclussion was: Harness only = less speed and power through the gates. Hard setup. Easy to turn. Needs a bigger turn, or I simply need more training to adjust(faster turn). Fronts = More speed and power through the gates. Easy setup. Hard in turbolence.
  2. Don't worry. I am ready :) The more I get into a discussion about it - the less in doubt I will be. It's good to discuss even though it is common sense :) I also had a lot of guidance from people 10 times more experienced than me. And it's pretty simple: Rear the massive power into those gates! Look mommi! Me jump out airplane! Wiiiii
  3. Nice to get at least one serious answer. I almost didn't expect that
  4. Hey adrenalin junkies / blue skies chasers / crazy fuckers! I'm about to buy a new helmet. I'm working as a tandem photographer. Some of my colleague are using a modified Cookie G3 with a plate for 2 GoPro's and a cut-away system - Which does the job alright. But I would like it to be completely shake-free. I was just kinda hooked on the Fuel - cause I wanted to use it for swoop as well. After they announced the chin-cup I pretty much fell in love. My problem is to find a solution for mounting 2 GoPro's on the original mount spot? A homemade copy of the original one - with a plate to mount the 2 GoPro's perhaps? Would be awesome to have something you would be able to take off for filming Take-off's / Customer expressions etc. without having to use your whole helmet. Any Ideas? Thanks! Look mommi! Me jump out airplane! Wiiiii
  5. Hey adrenalin junkies / blue skies chasers / crazy fuckers! I'm about to buy a new helmet. I'm working as a tandem photographer. Some of my colleague are using a modified Cookie G3 with a plate for 2 GoPro's and a cut-away system - Which does the job alright. But I would like it to be completely shake-free. I was just kinda hooked on the Fuel - cause I wanted to use it for swoop as well. After they announced the chin-cup I pretty much fell in love. My problem is to find a solution for mounting 2 GoPro's on the original mount spot? A homemade copy of the original one - with a plate to mount the 2 GoPro's perhaps? Any Ideas? Look mommi! Me jump out airplane! Wiiiii
  6. Due to some research about market analyzes, i found different reports about sales value on energy drinks. Redline was not near the top 5.. sorry man Look mommi! Me jump out airplane! Wiiiii
  7. Haha. This turns out pretty good Well. I had to contact non-danish skydivers. And find out more about energy drink at some different extreme sports. Do you guys drink more, after what Felix did? Just give it an extra thought, and let me know! I really could use it! Look mommi! Me jump out airplane! Wiiiii
  8. Yah i know. I was made pretty fast due to my hurry. It is a poor survey i know. But thanks for the feedback anyways. Use able to me as a rookie ;) Look mommi! Me jump out airplane! Wiiiii
  9. Hey Guys! I need skydivers help with this one! I'm on an assignment and made a rookie survey. Will you answer 4 simple questions for me? It would be a big help. NOTICE: If you do not drink energy drinks at all, just answer with the "other" option. Thx http://questionpro.com/t/AJu78ZPESg Thanks! Look mommi! Me jump out airplane! Wiiiii