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As far as I know, only a few competition pilots are flying this wing in anger.

The different braking system will certainly take some getting used to. (Check out the Dudek website to see what I mean).

Steve Haze

PMC Qualified Flying Instructor

Dudek Dealer - Bulldog Dealer - Parajet Dealer

http://www.learntoparamotor.com

Tel: 07968 345554

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Anyone play with this wing yet and have some thoughts? Thanks!

You are an experienced paramotor pilot, averaging several hundred flight hours a year. You can master a fast and agile canopy. You love playing over the ground with slaloms, wing overs, foot dragging etc. Maybe you take part in high-level competitions or plan to beat some world record...

If so, you are looking for the really fast and agile paraglider with perfect handling and little power requirements.

It has to be turbulence-proof, so the reflex aerofoil is a must. If you add to this wish list possibly small size, honestly you´ll have to admit this is a rather tall order. But... it´s possible to satisfy it!

Just enter the interaction with the Hadron Iwould say if you dont meet the above rf/hrs, experenice think twice about getting one. /// phil it has your name on it are you getting one/////

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By "flying in anger" I mean putting the glider through it's paces.

I'm sure there are other pilots testing/flying them, but I've only heard of a couple of people competing with them.

And yes,....This one is definitely not for beginners.

All the best

Steve Haze

PMC Qualified Flying Instructor

Dudek Dealer - Bulldog Dealer - Parajet Dealer

http://www.learntoparamotor.com

Tel: 07968 345554

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As far as I know, only a few competition pilots are flying this wing in anger.

The different braking system will certainly take some getting used to. (Check out the Dudek website to see what I mean).

Steve Haze

PMC Qualified Flying Instructor

Dudek Dealer - Bulldog Dealer - Parajet Dealer

http://www.learntoparamotor.com

Tel: 07968 345554

Hi Steve

I am not sure its that different to the speedster braking "i could be wrong" you can use just the conventional brakes or the tip steering toggles or both together for increased maneuverability. You can use the speedbar in the full trim range on the speedster!!!! not sure you can on the hadron "again i could be wrong"

They say its fast but my fusion hits 60kph where as the hadron is only 62kph......

I know its going to be more efficient tho!!! :wink:

Looks good. Sod the 24 nuc steve!!!

When you getting a demo 24 hadron??????

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Mark,

Are the Speedster brakes joined to their tip steering like the Hadron's, moving the toggles horizontally instead of down (in certain situations)?

Checkout this PDF to see what I mean...

http://www.dudek.eu/images/stories/pliki/skrzydla/hadron/2d-mini.pdf

Steve Haze

PMC Qualified Flying Instructor

Dudek Dealer - Bulldog Dealer - Parajet Dealer

http://www.learntoparamotor.com

Tel: 07968 345554

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