Question: How can I buy from Cobra Kites? ...
Answer: Cobra Kites has a retail store located at 2608 Route 37 East, Toms River NJ 08753 or you can buy direct using our Shopping Cart, Secure Order Form, or Order Request for PayPal on-line, or call 732 270-2112 to place an order. We will gladly answer any questions relating to our products, via 'phone (732) 270-2112 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Question: Can I get spare parts for kites?
Answer: Yes. We carry a range of spare parts for current kites we stock and a selection of spars and rods for in-store repair. Call 1 732 270-2112 or e-mail us at email@example.com with you requirements.
Question: Can I get a catalog of the products you carry?
Answer: We do not have a physical catalog of our large inventory of kites. Browse our Web Site or stop by our store if you're in the area. If you're looking for something specific that you don't see on-line, just contact us, by 'phone 732 270-2112 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Question: What flying line should I use?
Answer: Refer to the technical data section of the kite you have for flying line details. For flying line suitable for Flexifoil stacks see Flexifoil Tuning Tips. Flexi Tuning Tips
Question: My Quad-Line power kite is not flying like it used to. What am I doing wrong?
Answer: It is very common for the top flying lines to stretch after some flight time with quad-line ram-air kites. This will definitely happen when using brand new flying lines. As the top lines stretch the flying angle of the kite (angle of attack) changes and too much 'brake' results. To correct this problem either add approximately six inches to the bottom/back lines, using two loops of 200lbs Dacron, OR shorten the top lines by approximately six inches. Once the lines have become fully stretched no further re-adjustment is usually needed. For more Skytiger tuning information, go to the *Tiger Tips* page.
Question: Can I get my Flexifoil repaired?
Answer: We are able to repair nearly all damage to Flexifoil land kites and restore them to flying condition. Call us direct 732 270-2112 or e-mail email@example.com for instructions on how to get a damage assessment and repair cost quote.
Question: What is Kite Buggying?
Answer: Kite Buggying is a kitesport which combines steerable kite flying with land sailing. The Kite Buggy is a single seat 3 wheeled craft which is steered by your feet on the front wheel foot-pegs. Propulsion comes from high tech aerofoil type kites which the buggy pilot flies like an airborne sail. The kites, which are usually controlled by four lines from two hand held control handles, fly on 75 foot flying lines. The kites can range from 10 sq. ft. in area for strong wind, to 100 sq. ft. for the lightest of breezes. As with a sail boat, the kite buggyer can always return to his start point by tacking and skill in using the wind to their advantage. For more information and pictures of kites and buggies check out the *Buggy* and *Quad Line Kites* pages.
Question: What is Kiteboarding?
Answer: Kiteboarding is a dynamic watersport which combines steerable kite flying with a combination of windsurfing and waterskiing. The Kiteboard is either uni-directional style like a surfboard or bi-directional like a wakeboard. Propulsion comes from kites which the kiteboarder flies like an airborne sail. The kites, which can be controlled by two or four lines from two hand held control handles or a control bar, fly on 75 to 120 foot flying lines. The kites can range from 50 sq. ft. in area for strong wind, to over 120 sq. ft. for the lightest of breezes. As with a sail boat, the kiteboarder can always return to his start point by tacking and skill in using the wind to their advantage. For more information check out the *Kiteboarding* page.