You could try shortening the steering lines inside the floaters on the bar. Try on a day with wind in the middle of the kite's range. After launching, when the kite is filled with air, make sure you have no depower trim, put the kite slightly off to one side and pull the bar in slowly. If the kite sits without back stalling after holding the bar inn fully for 10 sec, you can shorten the steering lines by a couple of cms (I have my stering lines 4 cm shorter than the front lines as default). Repeat until slight backstall is acheived. If you find that the backstall becomes a problem, you can use the depower trim.
From your video I dont see how the two points are different from if it was only one. Are not the two points just 10 cm of elastic rope from a single point? Can they be adjusted to compensate if A and Z are no longer equal?Adventure Logs wrote: ↑Fri Sep 24, 2021 1:28 pmActually it anchors to the bridle at two points(steering and center) but the tool itself has only one point for ease of use.
Ok let me share my experience on this one.
Do a bar check. If that shows good, then start measuring lines using the diagrams on FS website.
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