From my experience kites with less twist produce more lift. Makes sense as part of wing if twisted will stall earlier. And so it is with the new race kites they have less twist. Kites with more twist do turn differently, but I wonder if that makes them better to use or not? Kites with less twist can reverse direction on one side instead of stalling.
I haven't measured the A15 yet but it seems Pansh does it like that. Maybe only Flysurfer is using different positions, have you measured an Ozone?gwicke wrote:Across the span, bridle positions are in proportionally the same locations.
I think they are usually placed evenly between A and C. 44% seems very far back.gwicke wrote:As usual, B bridles are attached slightly closer to A than C, IIRC at ~44%