Re: [ksurf] Re: How I set up my Longhorn Bar - for Jeff and anyone else who is interested
> I recommend that you have your buckle be an arm's length away at max. ForAnd make the strap shorter, and the trimming line longer. You don't want to
> me that is about 24" but it will vary depending on your hook height, your
> harness length and your reach. Hook your bar to your hook and but a rope in
> the center of your bar, have someone hold the rope at about a 45 degree
> angle, as if your kite is in neutral. Reach out with your arm and mark that
> distance. It is more than you probably need but then you can tune
> everything by shortening or lengthening relative to your back lines so that
> fully out is fully powered in light wind.
permanently trim the kite as much as you may need to temporally de-power (if
that makes sense!).
- No problemo. Let me know if you make any improvements.
Carson City, Nevada USA
From: svschott@... <svschott@...>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Monday, October 02, 2000 6:18 PM
Subject: [ksurf] Re: How I set up my Longhorn Bar - for Jeff and anyone else
who is interested
>Thanks Steve.II Pro KS
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