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  1. ... just ask Frank! [email protected] I do jump my third lookma slider ... but all on icarus canopies.
  2. http://www.dropzone.com/cgi-bin/forum/gforum.cgi?post=3847526 http://www.jumpplanes.com
  3. Hey Susanne, just found that some time ago ... http://www.ffp.asso.fr/cs013-1989-micro-supra-parachute-shop/ Grüsse
  4. Have seen that a lot of times with student and (lowtime) jumpers...
  5. What about middle of may. Tell us good news ;-)
  6. NeoX it is you!? http://www.dropzone.com/cgi-bin/forum/gforum.cgi?post=4633176;sb=post_latest_reply;so=ASC;forum_view=forum_view_collapsed;;page=unread#unread
  7. nice one in summary ;-) https://fbcdn-sphotos-d-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-frc3/988232_649553148407730_1447391865_n.jpg
  8. Maybe this will help with your decision ;-)
  9. It is there already ;-) http://www.dropzone.com/cgi-bin/forum/gforum.cgi?post=4541447;
  10. 195-T http://youtu.be/zgRQCjoCxZQ open http://images3.jetphotos.net/img/1/3/1/8/99703_1297180813.jpg closed http://img.planespotters.net/media/photos/original/051000/PlanespottersNet_051005.jpg
  11. Hey Markus, why not step on a 119 crossfire II? I'm sure it's a big difference in handling and performance. And then you're at about the best load for performance on the crossfire II. From there on you have a lot more benefit with the crossbrace canopies. just my $0.02 - and the way I'm doing it ;-)
  12. ... 1500 1000 500 and it's meters ;-) for any kind of jump.
  13. e.g. this one? http://www.boneheadcomposites.com/m8/503--mud-flap-altimeter-mount.html I like the one Frank (lookma) makes - just to show there are more ...
  14. Hey doc, there's a lot of info out there just search and have a mind of your own... ;-) e.g. http://www.bpa.org.uk/assets/Training/Canopy-handling/Getting-the-Most-out-of-Your-Canopy.pdf e.g. http://www.bpa.org.uk/assets/Training/Canopy-handling/ The list of one of the moderators here... http://www.dropzone.com/safety/Canopy_Control/Downsizing_Checklist_47.html For me it's not the 270 / 450 / 630 / ... thing exept you're just swooping and going up over 2.x/1 of a wingload. The calm way of crosswind / downwind / save-braked-low-turn / landing out everywhere / ... are the key factor for me. There are a lot of wannabe "swoopers" doing 450 out there who shit their pants when they have to land out... "just my 2 cent"