Paramotor geometry part 15: SCOUT Dynamic Torque Compensation

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Today we are going to explain the easiest way how to compensate torque! Don’t worry, no equations. Miroslav Švec, the inventor and designer of SCOUT paramotor wants to share with you the story behind the idea, development and testing prototypes of SCOUT dynamic compensation. Stay with us and you will find out! 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 16: Comparison of torque compensation methods

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BIG comparison of one of the most important aspect of your paramotor is here! For the final comparison of torque compensation methods, we will look into various situations that you will face in flight and we will analyze in against high suspension diagonal strap, medium and low bar offset and SCOUT Dynamic Torque Compensation. Stay with us and you will find out, which torque compensation works best just for your flying style! 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 17: Gyroscopic effect on paramotors

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Gyroscopic effect can be easily confused with the torque! In this video you will find out, why! Gyroscopic effect is really weird behavior and we will try to explain it to you without no equations, how it works, that you can better understand the movement behind your paramotor. Stay with us and you will learn more! 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 18: CRASH caused by reclined paramotor!

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There is one stupid mistake that you make on the ground, that could easily kill you once you’re in the air! Beeing reclined is extremely dangerous, stay with us and we will explaint to you why it happens and how to prevent those accidents. Stay with us and you will learn more! 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 19: Why being reclined is inefficient?

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Being reclined by 10 to 12 degrees is pretty safe, but in this episode, we will explain, that is inefficient and slow! Flying perfectly straight is the most efficient and most safe way how to fly, but not the most comfortable. Today we will explain, how reclaiming your paramotor by 10 to 12 degrees will influence your paramotor and your efficiency. In the final conclusion we found out some pretty interesting results! Stay with us and you will learn more! Should you have questions, pleasse leave a comment. Thanks for watching Thanks for sharing Hit the subscribe button so you … Continued

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