foilholio wrote: ↑
Wed Jun 12, 2019 11:47 pm
Did Pansh make it?
I doubt the need for speculative mods, immediate tuning, 2:1 bars, non-standard different line lengths, rebuilding new mixer designs and removing entire bridle galleries to see it it becomes worth flying.
Like Ozone, Gin splices one line into a combined C-main and B-pulley. I never understood the economy of that design. It saves one splice and maybe a few grams but more difficult to replace. They reversed the shorter C-Main with the longer B pulley. Easy fix and well worth it as my main request was how soon can I get one?
Customer service experience is the opposite of Pansh. That is to say they contacted proactively to correct an assembly error. I suspect the number of customers who need to fix are a small pre-order crowd who received kites direct. I posted only to clear any rumor of defective kites.
So I’m quite happy with Gin. My only problem is I have new kites and the wrong conditions to fly them.