If set up correctly, and giving it lots of slack to avoid tip wraps, you will be rewarded with slow and floaty axels. If set up sloppily something is prone to go wrong.
The Illy2K sits pretty solid in a fade. However touchy in bumpy winds. Fade entries are also somewhat delicate and the correct input is needed. It may take some time until you'll work it out.
This kite pivots quite well, but as for most of its trickability you need a correct input. When you get it right flic flacs are there indeed.
This kite will slide all the way! Fly it towards the edge of the WW, do a downturn and release! Woah! The (heavy) kite lock into position and with minor input you can make it slide across to the other side!
Not bad, not bad! Yet again proper set up is required and you'll be rewarded with flat and floaty rotations. Make sure you give plenty of slack to prevent that long wingtip to catch a line.
Hmmmm..... It's there but difficult to achieve and even harder to exit. Give yourself time to experiment to find the sweet spots.
By the time you’re ready to fly the Illusion, you’re already a skilled pilot, and you should be able to do pretty decent precision. The kite feels and is kind of flat, but you can adjust the inner standoffs to improve the kite's precision capabilities. It tends to oversteer so make sure you're prepared for that.
The kite speeds (significantly) when passing the power zone and it will require major pilot input to remedy. Less in lower winds and more in stronger winds off course. I find it's optimal wind range quite narrow.
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