Yeah, don't pump Duotone kites to 6psi. They need at least 8, probably 9/10 to run when properly powered up. Otherwise, you may run into a design flaw where it created a flex zone on the last attachment point. 3 kites all tore in the same spot on the leading edge (both sides). Had a Rebel do something similar, but I didn't investigate well enough before I sold it to say it was a design problem.Baptiste_FR wrote: ↑Tue Jun 16, 2020 12:02 pmThe other important thing is that the pressure indicated by the pump is not accurate at all. They use cheap manometer. Besides, a few years back, there was not any pressure gauge on the pump and we were riding fine. I pump the kite until it's stiff and it's becomes hard to pump. It usually takes me around 9-10 PSI on my pump. I prefer to over pump than having a kite that behave strange due to a lack of pressure.
The first kite from Duotone were advise to be pumped at 6 PSI, I find that really really low (it's only 0,4 bar).
Pump until it's hard, then pump pump pump some more.