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Postby Guest » Thu Jul 11, 2002 4:17 pm

Hi all,
Recently I start to use the chicken loop on a Naish ARX 11.5 and I realize that I have less power due to that. My question is if it will be a good idea to extend the middle line that connects to the front lines. If the answer is yes, how much should I extend it and how.

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Postby Guest » Thu Jul 11, 2002 6:08 pm

I have run into the same situation with my Fuel 120. If I ride in the static line, i have enough power, but if I hook into the chicken loop, I have less. I think the answer is that we are using the kite in at the bottom of its wind range. I think if the wind is a bit higher, then the amount of power while in the chicken loop will be adequate.

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Postby uipko » Thu Jul 11, 2002 8:30 pm

you can also shorten your outside leaderlines. It think you should change your leaders lines and not your steering(dynema) lines. Thats a lot easier...

I think you always has a little bit less power because if you get power you automaticly let go of the bar a little bit and you loose some power. If you're good powerd up this is not a problem but at the bottom wind range it can be a problem.

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