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  1. View Advert H&E R120 PARAMOTOR This is a H&E r120 paramotor with around 50 hours Stainless Steel 5 part frame The frame is strong and straight yet not very heavy, netting is in good condition. There has been a reinforcing bar attached to frame which reduced flex on forward power launches on nil wind days. 20hp from 120cc engine producing 60+kg thrust depending on prop Comes with a 125cm carbon fibre HiFly prop I bought the paramotor in 2018 in used condition with low hours. I rebuilt the top end as a precaution. The piston was cleaned, rings checked and head cleaned. It has new base and head gasket, new piston needle bearing, new carburettor and new cdi coil. Fuel hoses were renewed along with priming bulb and all rubber mounts were replaced. I also fitted a new pull starter. The reduction gearbox was serviced with new bearings and seals. I changed the throttle for an improved one and added a tachometer/ hour meter at time of rebuild. It has just over 10 hours since rebuild but this may go up. The engine starts within 2 pulls and is very reliable The harness is Size Medium and has usual signs of use but still in good condition. For reference I am a bit over 6ft (183cm) and weigh 83kg without usual flight clothing. All up I would calculate an all up weight of slightly over 120kg , flying a 24m ozone roadster 2. This is at the very top end of the range for the wing and I was able to launch easily and climb out at a decent rate. For those who dont know a lot about Paramotoring yet, the engine has nothing* to do with speed – it primarily affects climb rate. I have some spares available including a brand new eprop (cost £270) This is a cheap setup, for the paramotor - £1250 (or can come with spares inc eprop for £1500) I would be prepared to sell along with my Ozone Roadster 2, 24m with around 50 hours mixed motor/free flying for a combined price of £2995 Advertiser LookingUp Date 30/11/19 Price £1,250.00 Category Paramotors
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    PARAMOTOR This is a H&E r120 paramotor with around 50 hours Stainless Steel 5 part frame The frame is strong and straight yet not very heavy, netting is in good condition. There has been a reinforcing bar attached to frame which reduced flex on forward power launches on nil wind days. 20hp from 120cc engine producing 60+kg thrust depending on prop Comes with a 125cm carbon fibre HiFly prop I bought the paramotor in 2018 in used condition with low hours. I used it to complete my BHPA power training, it has not had a hard landing in the time I have owned it. I rebuilt the top end as a precaution. The piston was cleaned, rings checked and head cleaned. It has new base and head gasket, new piston needle bearing, new carburettor and new cdi coil. Fuel hoses were renewed along with priming bulb and all rubber mounts were replaced. I also fitted a new pull starter. The reduction gearbox was serviced with new bearings and seals. I changed the throttle for an improved one and added a tachometer/ hour meter at time of rebuild. It has just over 10 hours since rebuild but this may go up. The engine starts within 2 pulls and is very reliable The harness is Size Medium and has usual signs of use but still in good condition. For reference I am a bit over 6ft (183cm) and weigh 83kg without usual flight clothing. All up I would calculate an all up weight of slightly over 120kg , flying a 24m ozone roadster 2. This is at the very top end of the range for the wing and I was able to launch easily and climb out at a decent rate. For those who dont know a lot about Paramotoring yet, the engine has nothing* to do with speed – it primarily affects climb rate. I have some spares available including a brand new eprop (cost £270) This is a cheap setup, for the paramotor - £1250 (or can come with spares inc eprop for £1500) I would be prepared to sell along with my Ozone Roadster 2, 24m with around 50 hours mixed motor/free flying for a combined price of £2995

    £1,250.00

    Tandragee, Armagh - GB

  3. PARAMOTOR This is a H&E r120 paramotor with around 50 hours Stainless Steel 5 part frame with swing arms for weight shift. The frame is strong and straight yet not very heavy, netting is in good condition. There has been a reinforcing bar attached to frame which reduced flex on forward power launches on nil wind days. 20hp from 120cc engine producing over60kg thrust depending on prop Comes with a 125cm carbon fibre HiFly prop I bought the paramotor in 2018 in used condition with low hours. I rebuilt the top end as a precaution. The piston was cleaned, rings checked and head cleaned. It has new base and head gasket, new piston needle bearing, new carburettor and new cdi coil. Fuel hoses were renewed along with priming bulb and all rubber mounts were replaced. I also fitted a new pull starter. The reduction gearbox was serviced with new bearings and seals. I changed the throttle for an improved one and added a tachometer/ hour meter at time of rebuild. It has just over 10 hours since rebuild but this may go up. The engine starts within 2 pulls and is very reliable The harness is Size Medium and has usual signs of use but still in good condition. For reference I am a bit over 6ft (183cm) and weigh 83kg without usual flight clothing. All up I would calculate an all up weight of slightly over 120kg , flying a 24m ozone roadster 2. This is at the very top end of the range for the wing and I was able to launch easily and climb out at a decent rate. For those who dont know a lot about Paramotoring yet, the engine has nothing* to do with speed – it primarily affects climb rate. I have some spares available including a brand new eprop (cost £270) Paragliding and Paramotoring can be dangerous without getting instruction. Although it is not required legally, I feel it is critical to get training to learn how to. This is a cheap setup, for the paramotor - £1250 (or can come with spares inc eprop for £1500) I would be prepared to sell along with my Ozone Roadster 2, 24m with around 50 hours mixed motor/free flying for a combined price of £2995
  4. Will keep that in mid. There is a decent thickness of alloy spacer between engine/carb. New coil on the way.
  5. Hi, anyone a guru with coils? I've a HE r120. The resistance in the coil between cap and ground is 7.87k ohms is this too high for this coil? I read that others like top 80 etc should be max 5k. My motor can be sputtery when running but main issue is hot starting, won't start until engine has cooled.
  6. From chatting to Rowena I think there is just extra protection on it from dust, maybe that's what the blue gasket is? If you do try it let me know whether it works and will try it too?
  7. I think that might be the wg9 or wg10 This is wg8
  8. Wonder if the wg10 will work as a substitute? That's what is currently being used on the radne raket engine.
  9. They are fitted to Husqvarna 3120 saw. They are extortionately priced from he/miniplane/polini. Rowena was £95 when they had it in stock.
  10. As fitted to H&E r90 and r120, (& Blackhawk equiv) Radne raked 120 Top 80 Polini Thor 130 Probably others also...
  11. Hi, Just wondering if anyone, particularly those in the trade, has a walbro wg8 carburetor for sale. Preferably new, and not crazily priced. I've tried Rowena who don't have and seemingly are unable to get as it's now a Husqvarna only part. Will try some of the Husky dealers if unsuccessfull. Rowena had given me a price a few weeks ago and had one in stock but it's now gone. My existing one is causing me annoyance. Running inconsistently, difficult starting warm and hard to get good at idle plus top end. Cheers in advance. Steven
  12. A few days ago my pull start assembly decided to come apart, I think some plastic broke and tool out some of the metal basket. I've contacted H&E who tell me they do have the part but the price is pretty high for a standard pull start. They have also told me it is known as a 'classic' starter. I am wondering if anyone knows if there is a generic one that fits. I have tried a couple of the local lawnmower guys without success. Fixings - there is 4 holes spaced 81mm apart and approx 113mm between opposites. In the picture it is part 80. (12 holes but only 4 used) Any help to save a bit of cash appreciated.
  13. Are they available for any of the regular paramotor Carbs?
  14. That's what I had assumed but wanted to confirm. It should be free to rock on the pin (I ended up having to loosen the lever where it slides onto pin) Thanks for the reply.
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