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  3. Mark Pugh

    Airband Radio in UK

    I learnt to parachute at Halfpenny Green in 1982/83....
  4. thestone85

    Aviation Headphones to Walkie Talkie

    Thanks guys, I've contacted him. I'm also thinking about going with the Yaesu Aviation Headset converter which takes the aviation headphones and mic down to 3.5mm and then using a 3.5mm to 2.5mm converter, but am worried about the degradation of the sound.
  5. admin (Simon W)

    Aviation Headphones to Walkie Talkie

    @eddiecartwright SW
  6. admin (Simon W)

    Bulldog paramotor for sale

    Try using the Classifieds section. More people will see it. https://www.paramotorclub.org/classifieds/ SW
  7. Kev Moore

    Parajet throttle

    I’m changing parajet throttle to a Vittorazi v throttle and I’m just wondering, the two black wires that come from the throttle and just bolt to the chassis at the carb, these aren’t on the new throttle so do you just remove the bolt take and take them off?
  8. Try Eddie at Microavionics https://www.microavionics.com/
  9. Hey guys! I am starting up paramotoring, going to a great place to learn, great teacher, everything is working great... EXCEPT: I have Bose A20 headphones and I want to connect them to my Walkie Talkie which has a single 2.5mm jack. Does anyone know where I can get a converter to go from Aviation audio / mic (PJ-055 / PJ-068) to a single 2.5mm jack? Thank you! Eric
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  11. Hi Might be worth asking down at some of the PG schools in Brighton. Fly Sussex Tim or Jess Cox might be able to help or Steve Purdy at Airworks. If your after kit come down and see us At Sussex Paramotors (Chichester).. Depending on how quickly you want to learn or if you have time to take away from work you could go abroad and do a BHPA rating. Fly Spain or Skyschool..
  12. admin (Simon W)

    Polini 80cc

    Try here: https://www.paramotorclub.org/classifieds/ SW
  13. UASPARA

    Newbie Southwestern

    No such luck yet. Mainly because I am losing my job next month so can't afford a hobby :( I did find this group though. https://sierravista.craigslist.org/grp/d/pomerene-pilots-of-light-sport/6806120306.html If all else fails we can start our own club :p
  14. Nords

    Newbie Southwestern

    Hey, I'm in your boat, did you find any good AZ groups/training ?
  15. steve_FP

    Herne Bay Site???

    Hi Alexander A bunch of us fly from a field very close to your location.You are welcome to come along to the field for a chat. PM me if you are interested
  16. Hann__

    18kg Suitcase Nitro

    That`ll be just the job for taking your paramotor to explore exotic and exiting new flying locations. Like Scarborough. Or Skegness.
  17. AndyB

    Trikes

    I am disabled and right on the limit of being able to launch in nil wind. I have made my own trike from the Litetrike plans. Photos of it on my NItro. You could could get any half decent engineering shop to build one for you. ab2018-03-07 trike complete.pdf
  18. jock

    Trikes

    flymec trike would work 9kg.plus you get extra tube to make cage ok to use in forward launch and line brackets,ive flown one good.clip straight on.or convert kite buggy im flying one at mo its good
  19. RichieB

    Trikes

    I was looking to find one too. But in the end all I found was universal trikes that they say will work with ac 200. So I went with a pap tinox and the "rolling" trike that is made for it.
  20. FlyHound

    Trikes

    Hello Mates, Is there a trike out there thats will use the Air Conception Nitro 200 for the power. Need to trike launch now, just cant get enough speed, Any help greatly appreciated Flyhound353
  21. cas_whitmore

    18kg Suitcase Nitro

    Got there in the end Vince, well done now go book a flying holiday somewhere 😁
  22. norbertflyer

    2 Stroke Oil

    Apologies, I didn't have my glasses in use when I searched Amazon. Keywords we're correct, but the result was misleading...... keywords=castrol+power+1+racing+2t&dpPl=1&. Etc Richard
  23. norbertflyer

    Airband Radio in UK

    Ok, it has changed then. In the mid 90's you couldn't legally operate any airband radio in flight unless you had a G-XXXX registered aircraft. Guessing this change is as a result of the licencing authority transfer to Ofcom. (We can still register our aircraft). Richard
  24. norbertflyer

    Pumping brakes

    It does do something - it degrades glide, but I agree there's no point on PPG, especially on normal landings (dangerous). Richard
  25. Trevsked

    Pumping brakes

    Thanks all again for explaining. I do need to understand and use the energy available on landing, more flying needed. Trevor.
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