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With the newly designed BC system, we had in mind also the exchangeability of the lines when these get used. The repair kit of your wing comes with a spare line that you can use to exchange once it gets overused. To do that properly, we prepared a short manual that you can use as
An article from Cross Country Magazine with some insights from our designers on: WHY CELL OPENINGS ARE SHRINKING Higher performance wings generally look racier on the ground, but one of the outliers is the Triple Seven Rook 3 (high EN B) which sports incredibly narrow cell openings in comparison to most wings — including the
The Queen 2 has risers standard-equipped with the BC* system. We get lots of questions about how to use this system properly. To explain this we sent Matjaz flying, with his camera, to show how to use the system, and get the right grip on the risers with the BC system. Check out the video!
Trough the use of the gliders, lines stretch and shrink, no matter which material is used in the production of the wings. With the King we have had this in mind since the beginning as glider has been equipped with loops on the risers to compensate the trim after hours of use. We advise the pilots flying the King
A number of our King and Rook 2 wings have been manufactured using a new sort of brake pulleys, which in many ways are superior to the well-known Riley pulleys. But some of the new pulleys have turned out to be too soft in the material, leading to increased wear on the pulley wheels. For this reason, we’re exchanging the pulleys free of charge, offering a number of different modes. New pulleys sent out to you, along with instructions on how to carry out the replacement (This is the best option if you’re unwilling to be without wing during the flying season).