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Author Topic: Anyone played with the Volksquad bridle?  (Read 1042 times)
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« on: July 22, 2010, 05:46 AM »

Good Morning all,

Let me start this by saying I don't fly revs.  I fly decas mostly in a passable manner, so I'm not a quad line wizard.  I purchased a volksquad recently and have flown it a few times and in general like it.  Flying it with the wing adjusters at the outer marks(flatter) the kite is definately more agile, however it seams far sloppier than my decas.  My thoughts are to connect the two front tow points with a single line and each side front to back (sorta revesk).  Has anyone out there tried playing with this kite's bridle??? What are your thoughts???

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