Just take the bar stopper off, if you let go of the bar you are 99% going to have a tangle and will not be able to re-launch.Phil wrote:I just received my 9 and 12 Naish BoxerII.
Out of the bag the two bars have a difference in length between the two back lines (black color code). The difference is about 10cm, the shorter line is the one which is bearing the tube used for stopping the bar when released.
Does anybody experienced this problem?
I suspect that the stopper tube is eating these centimeters, and the lines are connected at the same distance from the power adjuster.
Do I need to stretch the lines first?
If stretching the line doesn't solve the problem, what would be the best way to overcome this problem, knowing that there is very limited possibility above the power adjuster to fine tune the back lines connection?
Advices are welcomed
Last concern about Naish this year, the Boxer's bags are too short for packing the kite with all struts inflated!! but on the other hand, the bag for my V4 16 is too long, very too long!!
Sorry that was not why I asked. I sell Naish kites here, I wanted to know if they have come down in price, the Boxer 1's sell here for $1399AUD now and I am curious to know in advance, what the price for the Boxer 2 is going to be. Please tell, I will not mention that word, promise!Phil wrote:Thanks Steve,
I am from France, and the price I paid for the Boxer was.......hey Steve, it sounds like you want to pump the BEST again??
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