Hi all, and especially the Flysurfer experts out there.
I recently did my first “mixer test” on my 19m Flysurfer Speed 2. B and C lines (the ones with pulleys on them) were tight, A and Z loose -- even when I lengthened B and C to the full extent. So eventually I removed one of the “spare part lines” (the yellow lines that go through the pulleys on B and C) and measured it against a new replacement "spare part line" and found the old one was 12 cm shorter than the new one.
I presume my old "spare part lines" have shrunk (other posts indicate these particular lines shrink with age, unlike most of the kite's lines which stretch). But my "spare part lines" don't look worn out at all -- no fraying or fading. The kite is about nine months old (used frequently though).
The kite is flying OK with the old ones in, even if the mixer looks out of whack. Should I just leave well enough alone or should I replace the spare part lines? Or can I save some cash by stretching the old lines or something?
Joined: Thu Nov 30, 2006 11:42 pm Posts: 234 Location: Holland
That the sparepartlines shrink, is normal. They're made under tension. But that they still like new, sound strange to me. When they are old, they become grey. Are you sure you did the mixertest the right way?
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