not a turtle roll up, where the kite flops on its back and rolls up.a forward flip and rolls up.
OK then. So taking the set up move for a Crazy Copter
and letting it keep going ?
Well for one thing you will need a very
pitch-friendly kite to get this done low down in the wind window. Of the kites that I've
tried - original Mohawk, Element, Cosmic TC XS. Or you could just load your kite up with lead
And for another thing, don't expect to fly the kite around as you might in a backflipped Yoyo. The flying lines will be running under the TE over the back of the sail and any sail pressure will just flip the kite right back out of the Yoyo.
I'd start waaaay high in the window first (as with the complete Crazy Copter) and work your way down. IIRC it's a sort of push to completely
stall the kite, then an sharp, even pull (not
pop) to get the kite coming forward then get some slack in to let it make its own way around. I'll go out now and see if I have