When "reaching", not "at".NorCalNomad wrote:Why would your bar be at the outer reaches of the throw when you're trying to power it up? The button depowers, the twist powers up.iriejohn wrote: * Especially when using an outstretched arm when reaching the upper limit of throw.
Just like a Lockheed F-104 Starfighteralamos_kiter wrote:Why so negative? This is a game changer and only for experienced kiters. If you are overpowered it's your fault in the first place, you should have rigged a smaller kite, or be watching because you are inexperienced. Game changers take some toll, so if a noob initiates an unwanted kite loop, he's paying his game changer dues TM, and he's learning something - North should even charge him for this extra bit of instruction. Experienced kiters do kite loops all the time, so they will hardly be gotten by surprise when they unintendedly initiate a kite loop.
What do you think, is that convincing? I just watched an online marketing tutorial and wanted to see if I've learned something
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