I agree ; just can't afford it !!!
Looks like a solid bar and definitely something that I would be interested in trying out. A few questions - how is it tuned, where's the split point, and most important, is there any possibility of creating a microloop upgrade kit for this bar ? If so I would buy one right out. Yes, the bar is a little pricey but the price tag on most bars these days is high. Personally, I would rather spend a few extra hundred to get something that I really enjoy.ORSales wrote: ↑Thu Jul 06, 2017 9:38 pmDylan,
The bar is actually far from complicated. We worked hard to keep it simple, with only one moving part. It's also incredibly easy to maintain and service with the pawl bracket winder removed with only one set screw.
The bar also features the innovative G-Stop stopper that lets riders completely customize the bar throw with no trim cleat or adjustor in the way to limit the potential throw.
As for adjustable width, I can't speak to other brands of kite but we have long since modified our smaller kites to be less nervous / twitchy and our larger kites to turn faster. Bar widths were useful back when these were bigger issues but they've been all but dealt with on today's kite designs.
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