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Would a non-reflex PPG wing not be good for PG?


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Is there any physical reason that a non-reflex PPG wing with trimmers would be bad for freeflying? Someone mentioned to me before that a lot of PPG wings handle "clunkier" than PG-specific wings of the same certification level, but didn't elaborate.

What exactly did they mean by clunkier?

And what are the reasons for a PPG wing to be worse for freeflying? Do they handle like a boat if you try to take them freeflying or something?

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