I just received my latest purchase
, and I had some questions. I've never worked with bridles before (outside of moving larksheads up and down to pre-defined stop points), and this one included two.
I think I have it figured out, but I wanted to verify. First, here's the bridle that was attached when it was shipped. I'm guessing this is the reverse turbo bridle? (The towel is just to get some contrast behind the bridle.)
Here's the second bridle that was shipped, and I think I have it layed out for the same left wing as above. Tow point on the bottom, then clockwise around: lower outhaul, upper outhaul, and inhaul. This is just the stock turbo bridle, right? (It's hard to photograph without pulling it up to a third dimension. That keeper line is distorting the shape when it's pressed flat.)
In the selling post, tpatter says he prefers the reverse turbo. What's the difference between the two? What will be the differences in handling? Or is it just a matter of personal preference for advanced fliers?
Finally, the nose webbing likes to sit rotated about 45 degrees. Is this an issue I should worry about, and if so, how would I address it? Or is it not important?