No, it is not a user problem !
Anonymous wrote:If your kite is farting you have it trimmed wrong - set your lines so you ride powered up and you won't have a problem - this is a user / not product issue.
Especially not because today you want to ride your kite almost fully depowered, in order to get max jumping height.
And when turning the kite, you often need to depower fully, to accelerate, or during tricks where you loop the kite.
Also in very light wind, you have to depower, to accelerate the kite when turning.
And it is only when turning the kite, the humm appears (on many kites/brands).
It is not a disclaimer reason, thats for sure !
Only if the kite falls apart very fast, because of this.
But we've seen the Rhino2 being used a lot here, since fall 2002 till now - and there are no signs of wear, despite the loud humming sound when turned.
I wont start another discussion about this - just say that it is not a user problem (only in your mind...)
We dont care at all - but if you do, it is no good for you of course.