Nonsense, you foilholio just don't know enough. Even worse, you think you know even you don't.foilholio wrote: ↑Mon Jul 16, 2018 1:09 am
As to kitexpert, he is a bit of a strange one. All evidence points to him being a Tube kite designer, you just need to talk to some, read their posts or see that new BS article. He doesn't seem to actually use foil kites much. Which is more strange because he gives lots of advice on them, and incorrect like above.
Nonsense. Lengthening Z has zero effect on anything when it already slacks, and that is when most unstability issues exist. Very rarely kite collapses when AoA is high - if it does it is shitty kite or badly out of tune. Of course when sheeted in loose brakes make kite to go lower camber, but for what the f*** it is needed any more? It is just harmful, it makes absolutely no sense!
Certainly a CAD would help! How else are we hoing to know if the kite is stable or not?kitexpert wrote: Nonsense, you foilholio just don't know enough. Even worse, you think you know even you don't.
You foilholio don't understand different kite/mixer positions during the depower range, how line tensions and CoL are in different AoA's and how they should be for kite to behave correctly and to be stable enough.
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