All the equipment that makes up a paramotor
Selection of wings approved by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC) for paramotor use
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation. validates the use of paramotor wings without testing their level of requirements in terms of piloting. If in doubt, ask us for advice.
Related to the harness parts: shackles, wooden board, carrying handle, aluminum calipers mobile butts, upper connection hoops hub fixing screw paramotor Miniplane
The best paramotor frames are not necessarily the most robust because they also have a shock absorber (fuse) function in the event of a hard landing. The lighter is a paramotor, the less the pilot will have to manage the inertia of the whole on the ground and in flight. If a paramotor frame has all these qualities and also manages to minimize the propeller torque, it is close to perfection.
Selection of the most common paramotor engines
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Spare tank, filters, belts paramotor Miniplane
Selection of wood and carbon propellers to be mounted on paramotors
Range of parachutes solo and tandem, approved with the latest standards (EN-12491). They were selected for their lightness and optimized surface for a minimum sink rate.
Paramotor parts and accessories: safety accessories, battery chargers, batteries, transport bag, tube, storage bag, - flight accessories: cockpit and other utility pockets, other accessories
The must of paramotor chassis: Composed of carbon fabrics cut with lazer, the new chassis of the Adventure brand was tested at 15G with a weight of 125kg (a paraglider is tested at 5G). The lightest of the market, it is intended for leisure pilots as for accro pilots.This is a basic version without harness and without propeller.The Complete...
The Swiss army knife of the paramotor : Sturdy for beginners, balanced for acrobats, adaptable on a trolley for tandem flights and/or solo pilots who have difficulty walking, the Tinox paramotor is truly versatile. PAP, the manufacturer of the Tinox, has been offering paramotors since 1989. Delivered withPropeller Helix 125cm,130cm or 140cm Zicral...
Scalable technology with a little price: The Primus is the little brother of the Pluma so he can evolve towards him thanks to an "upgrade kit". Like the Pluma, it allows a more comfortable flying thanks to a system of intelligent rods that avoids any vibrations.This is a basic version without harness and without propeller.The Complete Paramotor...
The two-seater Funflyer 2 was a success, version 3 is even more successful : More than 10 years of experience feedback on the Funflyer 1 and 2 to help your friends discover the sky with complete peace of mind..