- Attach the bridle to the shoulder parachute connectors on the harness taking care not to twist the risers. Both colored tabs should be facing the same direction. The tabs indicate which risers have the center line attached.
- Cut off the rubber bands and lay the parachute into the parachute container. If it is already in a "snap on container", attach it to the side or front of your harness.
- Route the bridle from the harness connectors at the shoulders to the parachute container. Stow any excess bridle in the parachute container. Be sure the bridle is routed in such a way as not to tangle with the paraglider if dropped during deployment.
- If you are using a front or side mounted parachute container be sure all 4 risers of the bridle is routed to one side of you and splits to the shoulders in the back.
- Check the handle to be sure the pins can release when you pull the handle. If your parachute safety locks (curved pins) seem to slip out too easily, tighten the bungee holder.
- If you have any questions or concerns call me before you fly this system.
Your QS parachute has a 4-riser system. If you are under canopy and drifting towards power lines or other hazards, pull down on the riser attached to the quadrant of the parachute facing the direction you wish to travel. This will feel like you are doing a chin-up on the riser, but you will be able to decrease the performance of that quadrant of your parachute and slip away from the hazard.
Good luck, and thanks for choosing High Energy Sports.