Jack C wrote:I have an "Old" 2008 cabrinha xbow 3 that was given to me
by a buddy. It's in really good shape and I have used it several times.
My question is, on that cabrinha powerdrive 2n1 bar, yes the dredded
bar pressure bar, is it possible to run a line through the bar to the ring
up top to the single front line flagging ring? This would be to connect the
leash below the bar. Otherwise it's always in suicide mode leash attachment.
Anyone tried this?
Any Idea's??? or just forget about it?
Jack C wrote:Thanks a million edt!
I'm gonna mod the bridal also, Pulley's everywhere, just a mess IMHO... But since i got it free in Practically new condition, i didn't want to "look a gift horse in the mouth" ya know...
Thanks for the info, i couldn't figure out how to get the flagging line attached below the bar
but what you said is perfect and simple.
I've looked around at the bridal mods online but didn't find anything that matched my bridal exactly.
I saw that cabrinha use to give out a little pigtail to extend the back line pulley off of the leading edge.
That is suppose to fix the bar pressure??? not! Mine has the pigtail so i'll have to figure it out
Thanks again edt! -Jack
ronnie wrote:As for the front line flagging, you could sort of copy the IDS flagging line from the 2009 IDS Xbow, but obviously it has to be shorter and you have to get rid of the big sewn end on the front line to allow
edt wrote:ronnie wrote:As for the front line flagging, you could sort of copy the IDS flagging line from the 2009 IDS Xbow, but obviously it has to be shorter and you have to get rid of the big sewn end on the front line to allow
i dont suggest ids on a kite you've done a bridle mod on because for IDS to work the bridle has to be able to flip the kite, once you mod a bridle for better performance it prolly wont work. IDS is not just the bar it need the bridle to work with it. Single line flagging tho works on any kite.
ronnie wrote:I was only talking about one front line and having to change the end of the front line to get it to pass through the various bits.
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