Rivers, Alps, Venice. Paramotor adventure Italy 2018 SCOUT Paramotor

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Do you want to join us on adventures? Next one is SLOVAKIA TRIP during september: http://www.scoutparamotor.com/paramot… 8 pilots, 8 SCOUTS, endless memories and the best of all is, that you are sharing the air with friends. Thats how the paramotor trips looks like. Are comming with us next time? For more info contact us on: info@scoutparamotor.com Visit: www.scoutparamotor.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ScoutParamotor/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scoutparamo…

Paramotor geometry part 35: What is the best setup for tandems?

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Last but not least episode of paramotor geometry is about tandem spreaders. You will find out why classic spreaders isn’t the best option for paramotor tandem and which spreaders will serve you best! If you have any other questions or ideas about new paramotor geometry, just whrite us here: info@scoutparamotor.com Should you have questions, pleasse leave a comment. Thanks for watching Thanks for sharing Hit the subscribe button so you do not miss the next part!

Paramotor geometry part 34: Aerodynamics of paramotor

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In aviation in general, everything is about aerodynamics. It’s also applied into paramotors? Let’s figure this out in today’s chapter! Stay with us and you will find out what helps to reduce drag. Should you have questions, pleasse leave a comment. Thanks for watching Thanks for sharing Hit the subscribe button so you do not miss the next part! For more info: info@scoutparamotor.com

Paramotor geometry part 33: How much does weight matter?

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In most cases, lighter is definitely better. Go for as light as possible for your particular needs. BUT, not in all costs! Stay with us and you will find out what is the best combination for you. Should you have questions, pleasse leave a comment. Thanks for watching Thanks for sharing Hit the subscribe button so you do not miss the next part! For more info: info@scoutparamotor.com

Paramotor geometry part 32: How much fuel do you need?

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Of course, it all depends on your flying style how much fuel capacity do you need. You will find out why the industrial standard is 12l and why there are no a lot of manufacturers with more fuel capacity. Should you have questions, pleasse leave a comment. Thanks for watching Thanks for sharing Hit the subscribe button so you do not miss the next part! www.scoutparamotor.com For more info: info@scoutparamotor.com

Paramotor geometry part 29: Everything about PROPELLERS! Size, profile, number of blades and MORE!

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It this series we are going to explain, why a larger prop is better then a smaller one! We are going to speak about every aspect of choice and design you have to make before choosing the right propeller! Stay with us and you will find out, which propeller suits you best! Should you have questions, pleasse leave a comment. Thanks for watching Thanks for sharing Hit the subscribe button so you do not miss the next part!

Carbon repair kit

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Sometimes bad things can happen and you might end up with a broken carbon spar on your SCOUT. That’s no problem anymore! In this video you will find out how easy it is to repair your spars and all you are going to need is our SCOUT Carbon fibre repair kit! Anyone can do it, no welder needed, no speacial skills erquired. So stay tuned for more videos and let’s go for repair! For more info about SCOUT Carbon repair kit contact your dealer or contact directly us on : info@scoutparamotor.com

BEST safety features on paramotor you can get! SCOUT Paramotors

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Byron Leisek: ,,This machine is 100% intuitive when it comes to first flights!,, We know that safety is the most important feature on your paramotor and we have some key characteristics of SCOUT! It starts with a small and unique computer SAFE START that can prevent against unwanted injuries, under the seat container for your reserve parachute, integrated inflatable vest in case of water landings, unique dynamic torque compensation which we think is as handling feature as safety feature too and many many more! See the video and all the safety features in it! Stay tuned for more videos!!! Feel … Continued

How its made! SCOUT paramotors

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We love carbon! Every carbon piece is hand made by our professional crew to maximize the performance of the SCOUT paramotor. Because of this, SCOUT has the best flying features on the market! Feel free to have questions at info@scoutparamotor.com or ask for a demo flight at http://www.scoutparamotor.com/scout-prices/dealers-2/

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