sorry but, if you realy did what you said, it is the same effect as elongating B and C by about 0,5 and 1 cm (and pulling the trimmer by 4 cm)
and this will cause even more tip tuck as before.
To reduce tip tuck you have to reduce camber on the tips to have more stable tips, check last picture of the gif on the end of http://www.lecca-lecca.com/#layer_5
lecca-lecca has the best instruction gift for this subject.
- on a rib with A B C Z (or K in the ozone wording) you have to shorten B and C, not elongate (or better and easier elongate just A)
- just on the last rib with just B C K you have just to shorten C (or better just elongate the single B 12)
Unfortunately on all Ozone kites you have to deinstall a big part of the bridle to reach and open the single connection points.
Then the easiest way is:
Install effectively about 1 cm short, small pigtails (like Flysurfer uses) on the connection points:
B12, A11, A10, A9, A8, A7 (or just elongate AR2)
see https://ozonekites.com/images/uploads/p ... -Check.pdf
And your tip tuck will be gone.
I already prepared those pigtails for my chrono, but don't need it as it has still no relevant tip tuck, even not on short flying lines.
Important to keep your trimm well for long and not to get tip tuck and backstall is to always wind up your bridle completely on the bar, till close to 1 m to the tip. Doing this your kite will keep perfect trimm for 500 hours and more like mine, if you do it the way as shown in the ozone instructions, throughing the bridle into the kite ... your trimm will be messed up in short time.