Used Scout Carbon with Moster Factory 185/ titanium exhaust for sale

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Here we have for sale a well maintained and absolutely beautiful Scout Carbon with a Moster Factory 185 with the titanium exhaust fitted. This unit belongs to a Scout customer from Budapest who always cared and paid closed attention to his engine . The engine itself has approx 200 running hours and it was swapped to a new Carbon Scout 70 hours ago. Vittorazi hourly maintenance was done always in time, in the Scout workshops only with original parts, without exception. The 200 hours service was performed also in the Scout workshop recently, 5-8 flying hours ago. So, the engine … Continued

Paramotor Geometry, Part 1: What is your flying style?

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Miroslav Svec, designer of SCOUT paramotors shares his knowledge about paramotor construction. “If someone’s first question about a paramotor is how much does it weight, I know this person has little knowledge about paramotors. While weight and power are the only measurable parameters of the paramotor, the geometry of the paramotor is way more important.” This is the first video of a full series. We will cover every aspect of paramotor construction, the theory and reasoning behind. At the moment we have around 30 videos on the list. At the end of this, you will be able to make a … Continued

Paramotor Geometry, Part 2: Why suspension is most important?

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Paramotor suspension system has the most impact on how much fun you will have in the air. It largely influences handling, your comfort and safety as well. This is part 2 in our classroom. We will cover every aspect of paramotor construction, the theory and reasoning behind. At the moment we have around 30 videos on the list. At the end of this, you will be able to make a qualified judgment what is the ultimate best paramotor for you. The suspension is the very most important thing when choosing a paramotor. It has huge impact on handling: 1. weight-shift: … Continued

Paramotor Geometry, Part 3: Why weight-shift is more fun and more safe?

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“I have to warn you: In this part I will be biased. I am a big advocate of weight shift steering in paramotors. I know many pilots who have switched to a weigthshift paramotor. I know zero pilots who have switched back. It takes some time to get used to it, but then you will never want fly a non-weight shift paramotor.” This is part 3 in our classroom. Miroslav Svec, designer of SCOUT paramotors shares his knowledge about paramotor construction, the theory and reasoning behind. At the moment we have around 30 videos on the list. At the end … Continued

Paramotor Geometry, Part 4: How much weight-shift authority you get?

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Things might get a little controversial in this video… spicy especially in the second part of it. This is part 4 in our classroom. Miroslav Svec, designer of SCOUT paramotors shares his knowledge about paramotor construction, the theory and reasoning behind. At the moment we have around 30 videos on the list. At the end of this, you will be able to make a qualified judgment what is the ultimate best paramotor for you. Your weight-shift authority depends on following: 1. carabiner position: high, medium or low 2. bar type: fixed or moving LEG WORK: * Fixed bars keep the … Continued

Paramotor Geometry, Part 5: Pitch stability under power

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Now it’s time to add some power! In the last video we had two pictures wrong, so come along with us and find it out after we’ve added some power! This video speaks about 4th decision that a paramotor designer needs to make and that is where to place the thrust line relative to the carabines. To prevent pitching forward or backward, paramotor designers needs to move their cages with whole motor and propeller. Find out which system and how needs to be moved. Little spoilers, the gooseneck bars won this time, so stay tune for more videos like this! … Continued

Paramotor Geometry, Part 5: Pitch stability under power

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Now it’s time to add some power! In the last video we had two pictures wrong, so come along with us and find it out after we’ve added some power! This video speaks about 4th decision that a paramotor designer needs to make and that is where to place the thrust line relative to the carabines. To prevent pitching forward or backward, paramotor designers needs to move their cages with whole motor and propeller. Find out which system and how needs to be moved. Little spoilers, the gooseneck bars won this time, so stay tune for more videos like this! … Continued

Paramotor Geometry Part 6: Speed bar behavior.

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Pushing the speed bar sometimes leads to surprising results. And the suspension system is crucial. This is part 6 in our classroom. Miroslav Svec, designer of SCOUT paramotors shares his knowledge about paramotor construction, the theory and reasoning behind. At the end of the roughly 30 videos in the series you will be able to make a qualified judgment what is the ultimate best paramotor for you. Pushing the speedbar has two direct and immediate effects: 1. your upper back applies pressure on the paramotor frame backwards 2. your center of gravity changes especially when pushing the speedbar forward not … Continued

Paramotor Geometry Part 7: Ground-handling and running with a paramotor.

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Your flight starts on the ground. Lift the glider and run. And yes, your suspension system affects your groundhandling more than you would think… This is part 7 in our classroom. Miroslav Svec, designer of SCOUT paramotors shares his knowledge about paramotor construction, the theory and reasoning behind. At the end of the roughly 30 videos in the series you will be able to make a qualified judgment what is the ultimate best paramotor for you. With high suspension systems your glider is a bit too high and so are the glider controls. The As, the Bs and the brakes … Continued

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