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PostPosted: 30 Dec 2008, 13:32 
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Here is my jump on Canada HS107. Probably one of the best jumps ever made, IMHO. After analysing this replay frame by frame, could you tell me, wheter the take-off was perfect? Or should I change the way I do that? Waiting for an opinion from an expert ;] And, most important, I made this jump shorter, landed earlier than I should have landed. Could it have been something like 117 meters? Waiting for help and valuable advices. :)

http://www.speedyshare.com/460546482.html

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PostPosted: 31 Dec 2008, 06:57 
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Why do you post it now?
Its 9 months since you did it.

btw it was a perfect take off, rather good landing.
117? no way...

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PostPosted: 06 Jan 2009, 13:40 
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i doubt someone will ever jump 117 meters ;)


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What was the record with sev bug and slowdown?


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120.50 m.

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PostPosted: 07 Jan 2009, 00:46 
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R C A PATIJN wrote:
120.50 m.




Thats some harry potter shit!


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PostPosted: 07 Jan 2009, 09:27 
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onkelsmerte wrote:
What was the record with sev bug and slowdown?


my statement referred to current jumping, what means inmost cases without bug AND without slowdown...


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I am pretty sure that Drazen was able to jump 117m, but he stopped hunting records long time ago with the result on CAN as follow: Drazen Feric CRO 2006-05-23 116.82m ;-), I know that it was made with slo - mo tool but IMHO almost every slowed rec is reachable with very big patienece and a lot more of tries, the greatest example is Ermels awesome 231.xx on FIN (1000000% no slowdown) where he paniced at the end and landed at least 2m to early, that replay is available somwhere on the forum.
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PostPosted: 07 Jan 2009, 22:07 
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Chabiker wrote:
I am pretty sure that Drazen was able to jump 117m, but he stopped hunting records long time ago with the result on CAN as follow: Drazen Feric CRO 2006-05-23 116.82m ;-), I know that it was made with slo - mo tool but IMHO almost every slowed rec is reachable with very big patienece and a lot more of tries, the greatest example is Ermels awesome 231.xx on FIN (1000000% no slowdown) where he paniced at the end and landed at least 2m to early, that replay is available somwhere on the forum.
greetings jay kay 8)



So pfleger and jalu might be legit


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Well, they jumped sometimes a few great results within an hour, so you know the answer, KEJ :) Such jumps are possible. But you must have a perfect take-off, flight, wind, and what's most important, luck. This doesn't happen that often, does it? :)

I'm of an opinion that 116-117m in CAN is possible, but nobody had so much luck yet :)


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PostPosted: 08 Jan 2009, 18:06 
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Ralph K. wrote:
Well, they jumped sometimes a few great results within an hour, so you know the answer, KEJ :) Such jumps are possible. But you must have a perfect take-off, flight, wind, and what's most important, luck. This doesn't happen that often, does it? :)

I'm of an opinion that 116-117m in CAN is possible, but nobody had so much luck yet :)



310 in iceland first day. On both 2. Kinda didnt think about that


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Chabiker wrote:
[...] but IMHO almost every slowed rec is reachable with very big patienece and a lot more of tries


you forgot one important thing: the rotating winds-"feature". it saves lots of time, if you know how the wind will be during the flight before you start the inrun. but without this knowledge a perfect timing for starting a jump will only accidently happen ...

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the greatest example is Ermels awesome 231.xx on FIN (1000000% no slowdown) where he paniced at the end and landed at least 2m to early, that replay is available somwhere on the forum.
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It is a perfect example ... but the only one during the last 2-3 years ;)


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