Good to see so much interests ; I have prepared the summary of my feelings that I will transfer as soon as my smartphone works again ; to answer rapidly to the questions:
- here is some picture, not enough to deduce the bridle, but anyway :
(it is benoit's pictures, I think it is a smaller size than 12m looking at the number of cells)
- aspect ratio is dependant on sizes (each size has been developped and not "scaled" ; for the 12m it is 5 (speed is about 6 for example)
- briddle and speed system are "standard" 4:2:1
- I have counted rapidly : 30 cells on my 12m
A friend of mine had received a proto type in 6.5m and used it in waves which is is its main demand; report here ( in french sorry) : http://www.lesfoilz.com/phpBB3/viewtopi ... art#p33204
; the aspect ratio of the 6.5 tested was less than 5 but I cannot recall the value.
I am not an expert on waves and tried the pulsion only one and in hydrofoil ( main practice for me), but i would say it is very promising, as it is both stable and agile, and generates less power when crossing the wind window than a FS speed ( which is my main foil kite reference on water); it also flies well on front lines only (still well stable when I catch the front line in my hands)
The pulley on my rear lines are a personal custom test, which I wait for better tuning before entering in details ; I would make a separate topic if it turns to be interesting, but nothing specific to the Pulsion which can be used with whatever standard bar (Ben Tramblay uses a security line connected on both rear lines, but I will however use a "standard security line on one front line, not tested yet but this should work).
Here below some picture from Benoit with its own pulsion white 12m on its hydrofoil and apparently twin type: