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Re: Cabrinha fx 2018 - trimming setting on wingtip

Postby shutupjoy » Tue Sep 26, 2017 8:27 am

shutupjoy wrote:
Tue Sep 26, 2017 7:10 am
"Because of the higher barpressure, you cannot pull the bar just as fast as you could with low barpressure, because your musclestrength is a constant factor regardless of barpressure. And that translates to a slower turning kite in the end. "


You are going too far with the "high bar preassure", its not so hard to pull even if you a little girl. Its not make it rotate slower if the bar preassure is high.

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Re: Cabrinha fx 2018 - trimming setting on wingtip

Postby Faxie » Tue Sep 26, 2017 4:09 pm

shutupjoy wrote:
Tue Sep 26, 2017 7:10 am
Because of the higher barpressure, you cannot pull the bar just as fast as you could with low barpressure, because your musclestrength is a constant factor regardless of barpressure. And that translates to a slower turning kite in the end.

You are going too far with the "high bar preassure", its not so hard to pull even if you a little girl. Its not make it rotate slower if the bar preassure is high.
One the first page you told the opposite... :roll:

Consider this: what if the backline connection was all the way to the front of the kite, resulting in major barpressure but not a lot of throw needed for aoa change... do you think the kite would turn faster?

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Re: Cabrinha fx 2018 - trimming setting on wingtip

Postby shutupjoy » Tue Sep 26, 2017 6:53 pm

Its so simple! its written on all kites where is "fast turn" and where is the "slow turn".
Always the "fast turn" will come with low bar preassure.
Always the "slow turn" will come with high bar preassure.
Not me invented that. The kitesurf company did, and they printed it on the wing-tip.

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Re: Cabrinha fx 2018 - trimming setting on wingtip

Postby Faxie » Tue Sep 26, 2017 8:15 pm

shutupjoy wrote:
Tue Sep 26, 2017 6:53 pm
Its so simple! its written on all kites where is "fast turn" and where is the "slow turn".
Always the "fast turn" will come with low bar preassure.
Always the "slow turn" will come with high bar preassure.
Not me invented that. The kitesurf company did, and they printed it on the wing-tip.
Dude, that's exaclty what I'm saying the whole time. Low pressure/fast turn, high pressure/slow turn. :rollgrin:

I'm done here :jump:

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Re: Cabrinha fx 2018 - trimming setting on wingtip

Postby Tonykite47 » Tue Dec 03, 2019 10:02 pm

What I wonder. Why did they switch the Freestyle and freeride setting on the leading edge at the 2019 version? Compared to the 2018 version ?
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2019 and 2020 are the same


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