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Icon container + Smart 120 Reserve + Crossfire2 109 main No AAD. ‘Icon’ container: DOM 09.2007 Serial number: 12412 Container size: I3 Harness size: EFGF 700 jumps total. ‘Smart’ 120 reserve:DOM 10.2007 ‘Crossfire2' 119 main: DOM 2015 700 Jumps Photos attached, disable AdBlock and refresh the page if you cannot see them. I air ship world-wide. Takes approx 20 calendar days worldwide. I am reputable Dropzone.com user with over 3000 posts in the last 15 years. Master Rigger sale references available, your choice of payment method! Email me at: [email protected] See the *NARROWED-DOWN* Dropzone.com LIST of *ONLY MY PARACHUTES* for SALE ! : Click the LINK BELOW, where it says the words: ' CLICK HERE ' --> CLICK HERE for a LIST of my RESERVES <--
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Hi everyone, Feedback from current generation Icon I4 & I5 owners, and/or people who have firsthand experience with them would be greatly appreciated. - Do you have experience packing an Icon I4 with a Pilot 188(ZPX or UltraLPV) and SmartLPV 175, particularly in a warmer/dryer climate? Both canopy’s fall under “Largest Recommended”. FYI, Spectra 725 lines will be used. - Does anyone know the true pack volume of a Pilot 188 in ZPX or UltraLPV fabric? The reason I ask is because I’ve received mixed signals, definitely torn. I’m located in Southern California and have spoken to my rigger, I was told the pack volume listed on a manufactures website will not be what I should expect here, certainly larger. From my research, I've confirmed the same. However, Aerodyne’s rigger tells me she has not experienced a difference in canopy pack volumes in different climates? Aerodyne does not list 9-cell Pilot pack volumes on their website for ZPX or UltraLPV. If I wanted a similar comparison, I was told to compare a Pilot7’s pack volume considering they’re standard UltraLPV…but 7-cell? It appears I’m on the cusp of both I4/I5 containers regarding needs and experience level. My gut tells me filling an I4 with "Largest Recommended" main & reserve could be a nightmare. Thoughts/experiences? Thanks in advance.