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Kite common fault adjustment method:
1, flip down 2, side fly 3, swing 4, before the push 5, back 6, rotation 7, before the floating
On the flip down:
Refers to the kite in the flight suddenly reversed, the next tail, a fall in the end of the phenomenon. The adjustment method is to increase the tail of the kite properly, so that the center down. You can also bend the tail backwards or move the thread slightly upwards. But no matter what way to adjust, do not adjust too much. And to try side tone, according to changes in flight status to determine the effect and extent of adjustment. If the above methods have tried, or can not solve the problem, we must consider whether the fault is correct. If the judgment is correct, it is necessary to look for reasons from the design of the kite.
About side fly:
Side flight refers to the kite in the air posture is not correct, always tilted to the side of the phenomenon of flying. Encountered this failure, from the following three aspects to adjust:
(1), hand to support the central axis of the kite to see whether the balance of the left and right sides of the balance (see photo). If one side is heavier and the kite is leaning on the side, it may be due to the weight of the imbalance caused by side fly. As long as the other side of the kite can be increased. It should be noted that, for a kite, because it has a certain lateral stability, so the weight of the imbalance does not generally have an impact on it. And because of various reasons (such as the deformation of the kite asymmetry, etc.) caused by the kite force imbalance, will have a greater impact on the flight of the kite. This is also the case when checking: measuring the heavier side of the kite, just the side of the flight. This phenomenon, just tell us that the reason is not due to the weight of the kite caused by the weight, but the other force imbalance (such as the imbalance of air force or the tension of the line caused by imbalance and so on.