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Attach an adjustable 3-point bridle to the top two corners of the kite sail and through the sail’s center point, tying the bridle line around the three spars where they cross. The bridle lines should be relatively long. 

 

Tie your kite line to the central line of the bridle. Fly the kite, adjust the bridle, rinse and repeat!

 

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easiest way and 100% working is this. your kite is having  A          B                                                                                                                                                                                                     C                                                                                                                                                                                                     D          E      points

From A to C and B to C must to be equals so is a isosceles triangle. Third bridle is from C to the middle of AB. 

You are done and for sure will fly almost overhead. If you add an arch between A and B you will make the kite to have more stability and fly on higher winds 

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