- equal size and shape of the two "eight-halves"
- the two vertical lines straight and an equal distance from centre window
IN is called when the kite flies horizontally, with the wing tip no more then at ^3, at more than <60. At <10 turn 90° upwards into a vertical line, followed at ^80 by half a loop with a diameter of approximately 20%. After the half-loop a straight line of approximately 10%, downwards, followed by a curve into a straight diagonal line downwards towards the second half of the figure. OUT is called when the kite flies horizontally at ^90, at more then >60 after a 90° turn.