|Mar 09, 2011, 04:21 PM|
Hey Vectorflyer (or Flattermann), I have the Delta Box too, with the power unit.
I was just wondering, if it gets windy, I could always take the power unit off and somehow fly it as a kite, just a regular old string kite.
So, if I were to fly it as a kite, should it be one line or two? where would the best attachment points be?
I can probably figure this out, but maybe you guys know better or have done it already.
|Mar 09, 2011, 04:27 PM|
Also, question for anyone, but, as I stated above, I have the delta box and really like it.
However, it is pretty long and would be difficult to transport on a airplane.
Is there a better kite that would break down (two-piece tubes?) or could the current tubes be modified (cut, with joiner)?
|Mar 09, 2011, 05:22 PM|
Joined Feb 2011
single line flying of a vectorkite
if you add tails (right and left) on the deltabox, it is a wonderful single-line kite.
don`t forget to remove the motor unit, just leave the carbon-unit-frame inside.
attachment points for bridle see picture.
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