You think? Krypto is a 5-strut bridled C vs. the 3-strut "open C" of the Nitro. I'd say the Nitro is close to the dice. **don't really know what I'm talking about
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And shorter! Those C4x's are pretty big. Maybe they plan to release with the Krypto?! Wouldn't hold my breath though.Faxie wrote:Still no updates? …
I would really like a bar with a bit firmer grip... as mentioned before, the C4Pro should have that.
I am very interested in this kite. Is something like an Ozone C4 or Core GTS? Does it have bridles? It's 5 strut bridled C kite. The bridle is removal similar to the C4. GTS/RPM/Dice is 3 strut so hopefully this is more freestyle orientated. MJ even rides his Nitro's bridleless with 5th line though...
Exactly why you need the kite trimmed correctly. If you are unhooked, your bar is effectively pulled into the chicken loop, with no chance to sheet out.fluidity wrote:If it stalls then move the bar out a bit to let it fly.
Do check the line calibration, it seems like your front lines may have stretched a little. The nitro should preform OK unhooked provided you apply a bit of depower and it's pumped up tight. Before you head out, you can check to see if the kite is behaving badly by just pulling the bar in completely ...
Same boat, I'm guessing they flew out the door with the $100 off specialLance wrote:Nitro 6 stock is running low. Got a friend that needed a 10m. Is switch planning to update their Nitro 6 stock or is there a Nitro 7 coming out soon?
It should be one of the front lines, not the steering line. I have my legacy set up this way and it flags fine.Hank wrote:Doh Been waiting for the pro model for my legacys.
When attaching 5th line right on the cleat. Flagging the kite is on one of the steering lines?