We all set up in the low winds[3mph as an average]but somtimes it was less than zero as the damp and wet soaked the sails.The thickish fog didnt help[soup as an average,none pupkin].Quite cold also[above freezing].The air was damp and it was a very,very grey day
Almost streight away we had problems with our line sets.Twisting and binding up.We all had 1.5s on the ends,but two of us had fifty pound lines and two had ninetys.When performing compound benefits especially.The lines on number four kite.Which wher 50lb lines in the quad[left to right facing kites]became almost unflyable.The lines bound so much and twists could actually be herd running into the line,,,,,,,,,sounded like wire being stretched,,sort of.
Anyone had this before.We never have.The line was all ;LPG btw
I suspect due to the low wind and wet weather.The tensions on lines and unequal line thickness/weight,and drag would probaly cause the finer 50lb line to get trapped easy in wraps.Then cause twists........which then basically binds the lines into one.Leaving little or no control in certain moves
WADA YA THINK