waynevan2000 Posted June 20, 2008 Share Posted June 20, 2008 First post so Hi to all Yep another noob here. I bought a motor and wing a couple of months ago, I then found out about something to do with ground handling?? Thought i could jump on and just fly it!. I removed my sup-air para-motor harness for some ground handling practice. Anyways after a day of ground handling i SOON realized there was allot more for me to learn before i would be soaring through the skies. I have since done quite allot of practicing and para-glided of some hills in wales With a good friend Rodger who sadly passed away last week. He ended up hanging in a tree!! He was certainly a character and will be dearly missed. "Lowey likes trees" on youtube if you want a chuckle at his first flight. I have now attached the harness back onto the walker-jet frame to set the hanging angle. But even with the D-Shackles set to the closest point from center of gravity it seems to have to much natural hang angle ? I weigh 10 stone. Relaxed position. I am having to push forward with my legs to bring the motor up. Attachment point Should i fabricate some new hanging sections something along these lines? OR!!! Have i simply attached the harness wrong ? Any help/advice would be appreciated Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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