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Old Jun 21, 2012, 01:46 AM
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xheli,
thanks for interrest.
no tubes in the ends of the sail (front, side, back), only 5 tubes for the complete kite.
the front-strings from right and left side to the keel nose helps to tighten the sail.
the carbonrods (3mm) from the end of unitframe to the back are also for opening the sail.
the front-strings from right and left to the top of the vectorunit are the complete connection for the power unit. the powerunit is connected with rubber-connectors (kite-shop) on the keeltube.
the backstring makes the kite stable, protects twisting.
if you shorten the backstring, the kite flies more stable and creates more pitch.

vectorkites are very crash-resistend, so you can make your own tests for finding your perfect setup on the flying flield.
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