leeuwen wrote: ↑Thu Aug 05, 2021 8:41 amHello,
Basically its what you said: grab the opposite frontline from the steering line.
Luke in the video flips the bar around, I personally don't like doing that.
It is in the video but be VERY careful when grabbing a line with your hand its very easy to accidentally grab it in a way that won't release when there is tension coming from the kite.
Another way I heard about that is a bit more finger safe is pulling the safety line below the bar since that is one of the powerlines (and use the opposing steering line).
Do note that its common that the kite back-stalls during/after the rotation because of the extreme angles. This can result in rotated but trailing-edge down into the water kite.
So you might want to be careful to not rotate it all the way but "just enough".
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