Ten4 wrote:umm. dude. ive got an airush flow sle. ive hooked my left side to right and right to left. and back right to back left etc. heaps and it don't make any difference at all. i just turn the bar the other way around
edit: also read the whole post. thing is don't you look at your lines before you launch? to at least make sure their not crossed over. so you'd see it crossed over then turn bar 180 before launch? even on self launch's this is possible. its a basic knowledge. sorry if i come out rude :
kitezilla wrote:There are a number of self-lauching techniques, where you do not get a good view down your lines to check for twists. In a perfect world, we would all be launching our kites on a big, flat, sandy beach with steady wind and a team of friends. The "C" kites self-launched nicely, using the sanded wing tip method, but the high pressure flat kites don't self launch as well with this method, and with most of the other self-launching methods for flat kites, the kiter does not get such a good view of the lines, before the kite takes off.
kitezilla wrote: Anybody have any ideas?
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