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Postby munteruk » Wed Jun 06, 2007 4:08 am

feli wrote:Yes i would jump with two hands on the bar. But i can´t because i have just one arm. That´s why i am surching for a stopper system that workes as i want it to. :bye:
My apologies - I was not aware of your very valid reason for wanting a stopper!

Maybe something on the following page will be of use?


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Postby gungru » Wed Jun 06, 2007 12:04 pm

Really great.
Easy, powerfull, very stable in any condition and quick.
I have an 8m, 11 and 13 m.
The 11 m (most used one by me) is really amazing, super kite.
With the 13 m in low winds I kite when the rest of kiters around do not.
The 8 m really powerfull.
The spilock work perfectly and any type of trick can be made without any problem.
It is obvious that I love this kite, isn´t it.
Feli send me a PM and I will let you know how to get an spinlock.


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Postby ronnie » Fri Jun 08, 2007 9:34 am

Hi Feli,

If you use the Spin-lock stopper and depowerline with your Switchblade bar, you might want to use this rope in 3mm to keep the depower within reach.

I would suggest passing one piece (20cm) of the rope through a small loop of elastic rope attached to the underside of the centre of your bar(30cm?) (Or connect it to the stopper). Then tie each end of the 20cm rope above each of the depower balls.
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