That's just normal.robbygk wrote:The kite suffers from tip tuck until full inflated
Front stalls, huh... your kite is either over-flying and stalling, or the shape of the profile is off, so that when it flies forward, the A lines are "too short" and cause a tuck, stall and invert.robbygk wrote:...when flying with for no reason front stalls, inverts and bow tie into the sea making it unflyable.
Has anyone else suffered from this?????????
Oh yeah, things get bad when they're shrunk too much...haiku wrote:Hi. 1. Check the line lenghts. 2. Check the mixer. 3. Check the pulleys.
In case the kite stalls again, replace the spare part lines, check the bridles do the mixer again.
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