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  1. I always loved this promo video. Not much wingsuit in it, but I remember it being one of the first videos to get me interested in flying wingsuits. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-Sl9PecN0w Flying Hellfish #470
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    I ordered mine through my local dealer because it costs me the same either way, but if I order through him then he gets a cut. His full time job is skydiving/rigging/selling gear, so I thought it would be nice to help him make his living. I didn't have any issues with delivery time. Flying Hellfish #470
  3. So excited! I'm going to do my best to be there again this year. Last year was amazing. PS. Isn't it F&D 8.0? (Last year was 7.0 wasn't it?) Flying Hellfish #470
  4. Red/White You're part of a really badass, albeit nameless Canadian wingsuit team Flying Hellfish #470
  5. You give me hope! I ordered my Ghost 3 on April 15th from Robi at F&D! I guess that means it should be here in a week or so. Wooohoo! Flying Hellfish #470
  6. Just changed my flights. Now I'm getting in on Apr 12 at 4:15. :) Flying Hellfish #470
  7. I just booked my flights! I'm arriving at the Tampa airport at about 4:15pm April 13th. I can't wait!! PS is anyone else arriving around that time? I'm thinking of just taking the SuperShuttle..... Flying Hellfish #470
  8. 01 - Scott Bland 02 - Macca 03 - Robert Pecnik 04 - Jarno Cordia 05 - DSE 06 - Tom van Dijck 07 - Butters 08 - Mike Miller (maybe) 09 - Skwrl 10 - Michal 11 - Kallend 12 - Ralph K 13 - Kyle 14 - Simon 15 - J-Sho 16- Jeremy Tyer 17 - Andreea (SuperGirl) 18 - Matt "You snooze, you loose" S 19 - Veno!! (copland007) 20 - Spike 21 - Jackie 22 - Mark "Birddoctor" Duber 23 - Scott "BSR" C 24 - Eduardo 25 - Christian "AirRebels" Waard (maybe) 26 - Stu Lange 27 - Kipp 28 - Smoothie. 29 - Eduardo G. 30 - Paul from Montreal 31 - Ben Knoop I'm planning to be there! I'll be flying my a$$ off in my old S3 to keep up to everyone! Tony, and Robi; I can't wait to see the new suits (and maybe fly a couple). I want to spend some money and order a new suit during F&D this year! Edit to add: I hope to be there early too. Maybe on the 9th or 10th depending on the vacation time I can get from work. Flying Hellfish #470
  9. I bought my S3 when the first V1 was just being released. I've flown the S3 on many jumps since then and have been thinking of an upgrade for a while. Now I know what suit I'll be buying next summer!! Flying Hellfish #470
  10. thanks for all the tips! I'm sure I'll just go to a few places around Edmonton and check everything out :) Flying Hellfish #470
  11. Hey everyone! I am moving to Edmonton, Alberta next week and am wondering where I should be doing my skydiving? I'm not trying to stir any pots or anything....I just want an honest opinion. I also think that skydiving is a great way to meet people, since I don't know anyone in Edmonton! I've heard of 2 large dropzones near Edmonton. Eden North, and Skydive Edmonton. I have about 450 jumps, and they are mostly freeflying or wingsuit. I'm not much of an RW or CRW kind of guy. I'd like to skydive somewhere that has people I can jump with a lot. Does one of the dropzones have more wingsuiters or freeflyers? I am coming from Ontario....and as an example, if I want to do a lot of wingsuiting, I'd go to Burnaby. That just happens to be where the wingsuits are. Is it lke that in Edmonton? Any suggestions? Which dropzone would you recommend? Flying Hellfish #470
  12. I got a bonehead mudflap mount and modified it to hold a Neptune. You have to cut the mount down to size, sand the sharp edges, drill hole in the right places, and get longer screws for the Neptune. It works like a charm though! Plus its not as bulky as mounting an Alti Galaxy on there. Flying Hellfish #470
  13. haha. the first post in this thread was made in 2002. I think everyone is a bit confused now
  14. I have over 300 jumps on a sil 150 loaded at 1.1 and I think it performs just like a Sabre 1 of the same size. The only difference is the Sil never opens hard and is really really easy to pack. The difference between a Silhouette and a traditional F111 canopy is the sil won't lose performace with age nearly as much as an F111 canopy will. Oh, and loosen your cheststrap and collapse and pull down your slider after deployment. This will help the flare a lot. Just be careful when you pull your slider down because you don't want to accidentally release a toggle. Also, this should only be done if you have mini risers and soft links. Flying Hellfish #470