Great if you measure stock before first flight bridles well and post for others to see and do yourself a favor to check if left and right are the same.
well ... A15 has been created years before the Hyperlink , so it should be the contrary actually ... But Ozone does not need Pansh advice to design briddles ; by the way A15 brides are very long IMO
Well, unfortunately in Pansh (unlike Flysurfer) you do not have the knots in straight line so you’d better do a mixer test while it’s new.
You mean camber , the AoA you give it by pulling in the bar or shortening back lines in general, you don’t need the mixer for that.airsail wrote: ↑Thu Feb 01, 2018 8:54 pmAs your not boosting on a foil you can adjust the mixer to give more angle of attack, this will sit the kite slightly deeper in the window, more stability and less chance of hindenburg.
It does reduce you high end wind range and depower, but we are talking ultra light wind so not an issue.
Since a15 came out a year before the Hyperlink I would say that Ozone got inspired from lower aspect ratio kites in the market (a15, kitech fly4, Conceptair Pulsion)
I don’t like the 5th line either, I now have front line flagging but haven’t tested it yet…
When I set up my 19m Aurora Ver.1 I added a 5th line safety because I was not sure how it would behave/pull if the wind picked up. Yes it is an extra line and extra tangles for setup, but it's less tangles when you use the 5th line because the kite does not spin like when using a single front line. I used six 200# spectra lines from the Center-Left A,B,C and Center-Right A,B,C attachments to a single point connection. I calculated each line length as right triangles to the single point about 1 meter away from the kite.tomato wrote: ↑Fri Feb 02, 2018 9:43 amI have a question about how do you rig Auroras? Do you use 5th line for safety? I don's realy like idea of having one extra line, just extra risk for tangling. Or connect normaly as LEI with single line flag setup?
Or connecting leach to steering lines, so if CL released- leach holds steering lines and kite stall or even flags on 2 back lines? What is the best way for you?
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