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    Flyboard videos

    Here's some Flyboard videos I enjoyed watching on YouTube. You guys feel free to post your own



















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    would be really cool if these guys built something to power it so you didn't have to do all the adapters and stuff...

    http://solowatersports.com/

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    Cool

    I've purchased a few brand new skis that still had plastic on them that were gutted for fly board units. There are moving pods out there that are designed specifically for this.
    They probably aren't mass produced yet.

    Very cool videos!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wotxxxsd View Post
    I've purchased a few brand new skis that still had plastic on them that were gutted for fly board units. There are moving pods out there that are designed specifically for this.
    They probably aren't mass produced yet.

    Very cool videos!!!
    I believe you are thinking of the Jet Lev. Similar concept but very different animal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by r33pwrd View Post
    would be really cool if these guys built something to power it so you didn't have to do all the adapters and stuff...

    http://solowatersports.com/
    thats really cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by r33pwrd View Post
    would be really cool if these guys built something to power it so you didn't have to do all the adapters and stuff...

    http://solowatersports.com/
    thats really cool!
    I agree... they are local to me but have never really taken off.

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    Still a new sport, give it a few years for them to work everything out and a possibly something to power it without the adapters. I enjoy being apart of a great new sport and watching it grow! Im very passionate about this sport and very involved. If you have any questions about it I will do my best to answer them

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyboarderNellie View Post
    Still a new sport, give it a few years for them to work everything out and a possibly something to power it without the adapters. I enjoy being apart of a great new sport and watching it grow! Im very passionate about this sport and very involved. If you have any questions about it I will do my best to answer them
    just curious if people "crashing" into the ski has been an issue? This looks fun and when I go to Florida next summer I hope I can find a place to try it out (doubt any place in Seattle will rent them).

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    You can buy a self-contained powersource. Basically a 4tec in a box with a gas tank. You should see some of those in some shots of the videos. Go about 4:30 into the second video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyboarderNellie View Post
    Still a new sport, give it a few years for them to work everything out and a possibly something to power it without the adapters. I enjoy being apart of a great new sport and watching it grow! Im very passionate about this sport and very involved. If you have any questions about it I will do my best to answer them
    Hi Nellie, these Flyboards are really something that is starting to interest me. I have two young sons, 12 and 14 that go crazy when they watch those videos and they are begging me to get a Flyboard.

    I do have a question.... sometimes I see pics of Flyboarders and they have those hoses attached to their arms... others do not have this. Give me the scoop on this.

    Thank you!
    Jerry

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