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Brake Settings - 2007-06-11 by BASEwiki

Brake Settings Improper settings will leave you flying more quickly toward the object, and can even be a cause for unpredictable openings.
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Direct Control - 2007-06-12 by BASEwiki

Direct Control Direct control is a technique used to promote a staged deployment in slider-up BASE jumps...
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Indirect Control - 2007-06-12 by BASEwiki

Indirect Control Indirect control is a technique used to promote a staged deployment in slider-up BASE jumps...
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Slider Down or Off - 2007-06-11 by BASEwiki updated

These positives and negatives associated with each method should help you decide your preference.
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Slidergate - 2007-06-12 by BASEwiki

Some people have sewn a regular to the trailing edge of their slider and refer to this as a slidergate. This is not a slidergate.
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Tailgate - 2007-06-11 by BASEwiki

Tailgate Early in the development of BASE-specific canopies, it was noted that the rear corners of the canopy frequently “inverted” themselves during slider-down openings.
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The Tail-Bury wrap around method or "Tilley Fold" - 2011-04-09 by Lucifer updated

The Tail-Bury wrap around method or The "TB-pack" or Tail-Bury wraparound method is an improvement of the classic base PRO-pack method. It has been developed to increase the reliability on opening by reducing the likelihood of lineovers as well as improving on-heading performance. This packing method is usable for both SL-up and SL-down/off jumps.
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