I hope some of you take time to answer some questions regarding beginner acro wings.
What makes them so different/diffecult to handle in comparison to say a normal or freestyle wing, outside of increased wing loading which creates more dynamic & speed. Has it to do with the longer line lengths, making an Acro wing much more sensitive to all inputs?
Then some say, I progressed quicker on an acro wing where others say I nearly killed myself or often I read acro wings slow progression.
I have heard the brakes get much heavier, so more strength is needed. What is the reason there heavier? It increasing the chance of the brakes getting snatched away in say dynamic stall. I don't get it, if a wing is smaller I would think they would be lighter.
Pully or no pully?
What difference does it make when not having brakes run though the pully? The only thing I read was - it had more twist tendency. So what are the benifits? How much different does it make things, - is it more diffecult? Not recommended until a certain point in training?