Bridle plan and line check for the 2019 8m Pansh Blaze III snowkite.
Pansh don't release their design lengths for the bridle lines so these are as measured by me on a brand new (un-flown) kite.
Given the price of a Pansh kite it's understandable that their factory QC isn't fantastic and I've found that the lengths of the various bridle elements vary a bit between the left and right sides of the kite. The lengths I've given are the mean of L & R so shouldn't vary too much from design.
The lengths I've given exclude the ridiculous little piece of string that the Pansh factory use as a "quick-connect" to attach the bridle to the kite. It may make good economic sense as a quick and fairly fool-proof way to do it and I'm probably over-cautious but I don't trust it. Seeing as I have the benefit of only having to do one kite and time on my side, the first thing I do with a new Pansh kite is to remove the strings and connect the bridle directly to the kite instead.