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« on: January 29, 2010, 02:49 AM »

The newest B'zar is out and ready to be build!

The 2010 is intended as a TP competition kite that holds the pressure when the wind is gusty. The full spectrum of tricks is available. Average wind range is also 3 km/hour lower than the 2009 STD. It is more technical than the 2009 to fly, your inputs must be proper and clean, and there is also a clean air behavior. The reverse Turbo bridle brings in more precision, and let the kite lines attach wide on the kite, that results in slightly greater steering movements. Precision and tricks are nicely balanced present in this kite, where the old school tricks are all present to be flown as they ought to be (remember flat 540's?). It's up to you how you want to fly!

You can find all you need to build a B'zar 2010 STD here: http://www.tweelijners.com/werner
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« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2010, 02:04 PM »

Thanks, it sounds like some promising improvements. But I don't see the fabric orientation on the .pdf plan.

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« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2010, 12:06 PM »

cool stuff. i really like how the plan shows all the holes and overlapping reinforcements. great information, thanks.
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