Re: Mosquito 7.5
- Using the Windtools bar with flexible barends combines easy steering
with the option to operate the brakes individually. Don't know if the
bar is still available.
For the manual you can access the Windtools homepage via
www.archive.org (The Wayback Machine!!). Choose the oldest copy.
There are no pictures though.
Mosquito Pro KS 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 5.5 and 9+
Because I'm worth it!
--- In email@example.com, "Illbeback1999" <illbeback1999@y...>
> I prefered to use my Mos 7.5 in 4-line mode on a straight bar,flying
> lines about two hands wide further to centre than breaks. Way toohanded
> much work with handles, and not turning fast enough in 3-line mode.
> In general I would prefer bar over handles anytime, easier one
> steering, especially when toeside riding. The Frenzy and the wholewith
> Flysurfer family are easy and effortless to handle with the bar,
> least steering force needed on the Mastair (compared to Psycho and
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "windsurf_us001"
> <windsurf_us001@y...> wrote:
> > I recently got a used Mosquito 7.5, but do not have rigging
> > instructions. My first kite of this type, want to use on snow.
> > anyone have electronic copy of rigging instructions they would be
> > willing to share? I see Windtools site no longer available.