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  1. Hi all! I'd like to show you the process of 2-seat paratrike building with brand new Simonini engine.
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  2. I'm selling my trusty ReportAir as I have a new wing coming shortly. It's my second ReportAir, the 1st being a 26 and has served me well and I trust it implicity in the air as its rock solid. Its easy to launch and very efficient with my set up on the Moster powered Zenith, medium trims I can get down to 3.5 Lt per Hr, even full trims messing around it keeps below 5. Made in May 2017 it has around 100 hrs and is in perfect condition complete with Dew bag, Rucksack, SpeedBar, Stuff sack, Repair kit, wind sock and documents. Its a great intermediate wing pefect for XC's or j
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  4. Best of luck with the op mate! SW
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  5. found my solution for good audio
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  6. Glad to hear it's going ahead Andy. I hope you're not in too much discomfort afterwards mate. Best wishes Nige
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  7. Andy. Sorry to hear this and hope all goes well with the Op Plenty more planning can be done - makes an even better trip in 2022 Tony
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  8. You can use any engine, just make adator plate but if you raplace the wear parts you can use your ros125 engine forever
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  9. Update. After many emails with CAA I have now had a telephone conversation with the man responsible for the EC rebate. He is now fully aware that stating BHPA membership as a requirement rules out over half of the UK ppg pilots. The key requirement is really that we are UK based and properly into the sport ie trained with a qualification. He is now going to alter the requirements and then let me know when this is done. He asked me do I know if others have been stopped from applying because of this and I said yes. So, if you are non BHPA and still interested, send me your details and will
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  10. i wouldn't fly this overloaded. That is alot imo
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  11. I've been flying my Niviuk Link 1 (23m) in combination with my PAP Polini Thor 250 and PAP Rolling trike. The combination seems to work fine even though flaring takes a fair bit of muscle. The other day I worked out the all up weight which includes me + clothing 85kg, PPG + 10 litres fuel 45kg, Rolling trike 15kg - Total: 145kg. Which according to the specs is 25kg over the max all up weight. I know it's far better to be over weight than under weight, but I'm not sure whether or not 25kg is pushing it too far. I'm flying 99% of the time in perfect conditions, so not too worried about weathe
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  12. I have also asked them for a rebate as a non-BHPA member. I pointed out that saying membership of BHPA is required, but it is an organisation that does not represent all ppg pilots and hence is unfair. They are considering what I said!
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  13. Okay, If you are feeling brave and have "some" diagnostic skills....(or willing to learn some new things)... it seems most people with old Baileys have opted for the Lipo option. They take a little more caring for than lead acids. The following are "Slow Boat from China" prices (ebay) £16 I use one of these £26 (I couldn't find the exact model I use) This one is marked as a C60... not sure I believe that but as long as its at least a C20, that would give you 150 cranking Amps £3.... XT60 solder one of these to your battery leads You will need to cut the charging wire
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  14. Hi Been hanging around here but not posted, so errr here's my first post Fell free to add any constructive criticism. Cheers Blaise
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  15. Just 'upgraded' from an Ozone Roadster2 to the Speedster. 'test' flew the Speedster2 and that was enough to convince me to spend. as a qualifying statement, I love the R2 wing - and would say it was going to take something special to make me change,. But the S2 is a lot more agile using just the tip steering and still provides a good dose of that lovely confidence inspiring (bombproof) 'feeling' of the R2. BUT where I would wholeheartedly recommend the R2 to a new pilot as a sensible step from a school wing, I would not say the same for the S2. It's certainly a lot livelier tha
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  16. Dont know what all the fuss is about, i stole a little boys 99 while flying low along the seafront the other day
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