More conventional, more economical and less drag bridle for LF Elite kite. Much cleaner looking too
It has 40% less secondary bridle and about 40% less primary bridle line. Third level I designed is a bit longer because in Elite it looks so short. But because short one seems to work it could be similar.
This shortness is perhaps the biggest (and only) remarkable thing in Elite's bridle.
Bridling every second rib needs some internal support. Locating these (D-ribs, H-ribs) with reasonable spaced bridles is one of the main tasks in foil kite design.
For example Diablo is good work in that respect. It changes spacing logically. Ozone's R1 is a kind of perfect construction too, fully supported wing with optimized low drag bridle.
It looks weird to alter bridle spacing from 1 to 2 like in Elite. Of course it does not ruin the kite, on the contrary support in the middle of the kite is best possible. But added drag and messy look is the price to be paid.
It is also unneccessary to bridle same rib twice.
I also opened canopy curve a bit and adjusted curve location. These are more or less cosmetic changes. Then same projected area is achieved slightly smaller flat area.