To clean the sand and dry is best to just fly them. One problem with pansh is it doesn't have permanent openings at the tips to bleed sand out. You could do something to the velcro at the tip to temporarily or permanently open part of it.
Pig tail xtensions starting 3 in from tip at kite,, A, top, 1 cm, 1 1/ 2 cm, 2 cm, now NO wing tip tuck, but maybe my pilot skills better?
So from the tip is 2cm then, 1.5cm, the 1cm? This is similar to the way in which A bridles shrink at the tip.
I have been exploring what I guess could be called a Full Mixer Test. Like a long mixer test, but with all the bridles on one side. I compared differences with the shortest bridle, in this case the tip Z. The measuring process is quite quick, but setting up the data and analysis is longer. My take away so far I feel that even going back to the Pyscho 4, Flysurfer has made some account for how the bridles shrink, particularly with Z. Therefore making adjustments back to factory may not be how the kite is optimally meant to be. Which would confer with my findings with restretching, which returns the kite to basically factory though a little universally shorter, and then the kite may not fly quite right but after a short while it would then be good. Which would be because of partial shrinking again.
One thing that I noticed or stupidly missed, is like on the mixer the bridles are the same in that small changes in A to B are conferred to larger usually 4x the change of Z. Which is to say basically that a small reduction in A can contribute a large amount of over tightening of Z like happens at the tips.
My hope in all this is to understand the bridles a bit better. Already I grasp the camber changes over all, but their effects at different parts of the wing I would like to know more. I have explored Z more less at the tips and center. Now onto B and C.