kites are fully assembled and can be packed flat, so you don't
need to take out any spars.
line at the front of the kite is where you attach the flying
line. Attach the flying line to the "pigtail" using
a lark's head knot.
to moderate winds have the "pigtail" over the mark
on the bridle, or where the knot is already tied. If
the wind is stronger you can move this knot towards the nose,
which will flatten the kite into the wind. Likewise, if the
wind is very light, you can move this knot towards the tail,
which will allow it to catch more wind. Only move the knot
up to 1cm at a time, as very little adjustment is required.