What do you mean "stalling"? There's lots of ways to stall a kite. What exactly are you doing and when is the kite stalling? It's impossible to give sensible specific advice if we don't know how you're stalling your kite.
And jibe/gybe before the downloop.Kamikuza wrote: ↑Mon Aug 17, 2020 5:51 amIt's about keeping enough tension in the lines. Bear upwind as much as you can without killing speed, but keeping the kite loaded.TheJoe wrote: ↑Mon Aug 17, 2020 5:30 amI find it easier to downloop the kite like everyone else is saying. But since your moving the kite overhead are you carving hard upwind before initiating the downwind turn of the board? This is important to place kite deeper in the wind window so it does not stall out by slacking out mid jibe.
I downloop most of the time. I only go over head with kite when I'm really powered up. I'm all so on a 3 strut kite but it is the new North Reach and the kite is very light in the air.
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