Well you heard wrong, it works just fine, with the old bar or the new. Bar pressure is much improved and variable.
Never believe BS you read on forums, mostly they are either ill informed riders with not enough experience (other than their keyboard skills) to really be expected to comment accurately, or riders supported by other brands mistakenly thinking they're 'doing their sponsors a favour' by denigrating a competitor. There is only one way to find out, try the kite and the system yourself at a demo, I can assure you from my experience it's not the problem you might have been lead to believe, if it were, we'd know and be the first to complain. However using a bar from another manufacturer is rarely a good idea with any brand, brands spend a lot of time tuning their kites to their own bars, well, brands that worry about their consumers that is.luca wrote: ↑Sun May 31, 2020 11:19 pmThere is a big discussion in German forums for sure. It’s not only the Nexus. The XR in bigger sizes as well.
The problem is that Core don’t have a real single frontline safety. If you use another bar where the bar goes more up to the kite after releasing the problem is solved. The “supported SFS” don’t let the kite flagging out enough.
Mixed messages !?
That is intentionally misleading rubbish!
See what I mean?
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