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  1. I'm following electric paramotors like the Paracell with interest, but even they are noisy because of the propeller. Not sure that downrating 2 stroke engines is the way forward?
  2. irm750

    Welcome!!!

    Hi there. Back flying today after a long break on my new to me Bailey V4. I only live in Bicknor about 10 minutes from you and play squash in Rodmersham sometimes (when I can be bothered!) Happy to meet up for a paramotoring chat. Pm and I'll send my mobile number over. Cheers, Ian.
  3. I heard this on the news and thought it might be an excellent way for any local pilots willing to help in the search to portray our sport in a positive light, especially as the story has gathered a huge amount of support and has found its way onto the national radio/tv. http://metro.co.uk/2015/01/22/desperate-pet-owner-hires-helicopter-to-find-missing-dog-5032113/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/721084268007622/?fref=ts Any takers? Regards, Ian
  4. I'm with Alan. It seems to work for the Red Arrows! Although trying to scribe a vertical heart in the sky might be a bit trickier with our kit! Regards, Ian.
  5. What's wrong with that? I don't want the aliens reading my mind!
  6. I use a Pipercross foam one which does the same job as a K&N but at a fraction of the price http://www.thepipercrossshop.co.uk/universal-rubber-neck-filters_c278851_281237.htm
  7. Sorry, can't do the 6th December as it's my shoots Christamas doo.
  8. I know that the weather has been less than conducive to this but just bringing it to the top so that it's not forgotten.
  9. Hi, How much do you want for the whole paramotor? Also, please can you let me know where you are and what cc the engine is? Thanks, Ian
  10. Another interested android user here too!
  11. Hi Simon My preference would be to keep the fly-in and orienteering day seperate, with the orienteering maybe some time after the fly-in. Will allow you to concentrate your efforts on the fly-in which I imagine will take enough of your time and energy without the additional workload and thought of incorporating the orienteering. It will also keep the fly-in more relaxed and give the pilots more time to socialise with each other and the people they're with. Cheers, Ian
  12. I wouldn't expect it to be the most popular (in fact if anyone else is flying one I'd be shocked!) but I fly a Walkerjet Superhawk with a Solo 210 engine!
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