SCOUT PARAMOTORS

The SCOUT feels lighter

If a paramotor stands out too far from your back or sits too low, it will feel heavier as it pulls you backwards. With this in mind the cage is designed so that the heaviest part /the engine/ sits high and close to the body. Even the fuel tank is placed as high as possible.

Reclined position in flight.

 

Slightly reclined position is needed for comfortable flight. Such recline is built in the SCOUT’s geometry. This way you still have the propeller perfectly vertical, which is its optimal position.
Most paramotors have the a very simplified geometry and the pilot’s back is in line with the propeller. To gain some comfort in flight these paramotors need to sacrifice efficiency and thrust. But not the SCOUT.

Because lighter is better.

 

The SCOUT is very light despite us using swivel bars and strong engines. Even with a full fuel tank, you can grab the paramotor and put it on your back just like a rucksack. No need to kneel down. We have chosen carbon as it is very light and strong. One DTC spar, for example, weighs less than an iphone.

Dynamic Torque Compensation

Airfoil-shaped profiles on the carbon frame are used to compensate torque in flight. Get rid of torque steer, steer the glider yourself. Enjoy.

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