I just got this mount, haven't tried it yet, but thought the same thing CA. If it holds in there tight, and doesn't slide, then my kite won't depower fully if I quick release. That's not good. I intend to tie my lines to a tree, harness in, and test it out...punch the safeties and see what happens. Good opportunity to confirm the lines are all equal length anyway.mdksniper wrote:I only use two of those green plugs on my mount. Keep them both on one side of the mount that is on the static center line and leave the the other safety centerline free.
That's a good idea.mdksniper wrote:I only use two of those green plugs on my mount. Keep them both on one side of the mount that is on the static center line and leave the the other safety centerline free.
I didn't even think of that. What happens when you loop the kite?nick14 wrote:Ive used the method of attaching only one side to the static front line. Gives you great footage. Only two issues ive ever had was when i crashed the kite, had lots of slack and the not secured side of the front line came free. The other time was after a few back loops the front lines got twisted above the line mount, apart from the two times it was great...
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