- the equal size of the two loops
- flying the two loops vertically above each other
IN is called when the kite flies on a horizontal line at ^40, when the kite is at more than <60. A loop is flown upwards with a diameter of approximately 20%, with the centre of the loop at the centre of the window. After that the kite continues on the horizontal line at ^40 until the kite reaches >65. It then flies a half circle downwards until flying on a horizontal line at ^10. A second loop is flown with a diameter of 20%. OUT is called when the kite is at more than <60.