Re: Andy Wardley Day
|Subject||Re: Andy Wardley Day|
|Fromfirstname.lastname@example.org (Dave Douglass)|
|Date||Wed, 19 Aug 1998 08:13:44 -0700|
Robin Perry wrote: > email@example.com wrote: > <snip> > > I've had some success with > > the dynamic bridle on the Jam, but I think it still needs some > > additional tuning. I'd like a good clean day to really tune out the > > dimensions of the thing. Once I think I have it tuned out, or atleast > > *close* I'll post the dimensions. One benefit that I've noticed so far > > is that the jam will Flik Flak much easier now. > > > > heath > > If you think the dynamic bridle improves flic-flacs wait til you try an > active bridle (the difference was big even on my BoT). Incidentally you > can make a simplified active bridle in exactly the same was as the dynamic > one but instead of tying together the 2 LE legs you tie together the top > LE and the leg attached to the spine. Tim Benson did such a conversion on > my BoT at Blackheath kite festival (from the standard dynamic one) and it > improved things. It's probably best waiting for this web page of Andy's, > though, as I'm sure he'll explain everything in detail. > > Cheers, > > Robin.
I just bought a BoT after having seen Andy Wardley put his thru it's paces getting my hands on it for a bit. I flew it in 10mph wind at the stock setting for a while then tied the bridle into the active setting per Andy's webpage and really did a nice number on it's flight characteristics. Great new toy.