Kites generally will only overfly if you steer them that way, or if you outrun them and get under them.snwman wrote:I have a 2006 waroo that I just bought and when I go out to fly it it flies over the
12 position and falls out of the sky. I have a 45 Best bar and have checked the lines
with a pole and all the lines seem to be of equal length. I can't figure out why it won't
stay planted at the 12 oclock. Can someone help me?
I generally fly my kites with the rear lines connected to the 2nd knot from the loose end of the rear bridles (farthest away from the kite). The middle knot on the Y is the factory default, so leave it as is for now.snwman wrote:Could it be where I have the knots set at? I have the wingtips from the second or third from the
end of the kite. The Y is set at the middle knot. I don't know if adjusting these will help any?
I will park the kite at 11 to see how that works though.
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