Burka has the end cap drilled thru the top
on a single elastic line that goes thru the triangular slot and ends knotted with an overhand that also tucks into the tube being inserted into the end cap.
The other end is a single knot thru a Kevlar reinforced patch on the sail or leading edge,
this is his rig for flailing with a customized rev2, no bridle, long throws, up wind activities, maybe30-35 feet,
It wiggles as a frame and responds rapidly to foot or flail action
Knot covers? One bungee 2 knots? Says who? How about one bungee with no knots? Covers are for whatnots. I mean covers for what knots? There isn't anything in the rule books about "must use 2 knots" How about like the ponytail bungees no knots!. Just use shrink tubing, a hog ring and hog ring pliers. How often are those bungees adjusted anyways? But when it does need adjusting, just remove the hog clip and pull more of the same bungee to retighten the sail, clip off the excess bungee after re-hog clipping and heat shrink just where the hog clip meets itself. You can also put the vertical behind the bungee once the bungee starts stretching out and get extra miles on it before retightening the sail.
I bought a used Kymera from a kite shop and I was wondering about the weights. There are weights on the spine and there is one weight on the tail. I need to find out how to tune the kite with the weights and how I can get more weights I am missing. Thank you