Dax wrote:johnmelton wrote:experienced1 wrote: He also suggested that we could improve the bar by adding a "friiction depower system" similar to what Wipika tried once and I guess WW does or will have.
I loved that bar that Wipika sold with the Airblasts, especially the second generation. It used p-tube covered sheeting line that went through an offset/crooked guide and a longhorn type bar. The rear lines would pull against the offset longhorns to rotate the bar and create friction through the guide. You very easily twisted the bar like a motorcycle throttle to unlock the bar. Very nice. I hope WW brings it back!
What is the advantage of that vs. the CC bar that is always able to be moved but stays where you left it?
The Wipika bar could be very intuitively be locked and unlocked and freely moved. It was very simple and effective.