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Tandem with high hang points?


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I flew my tandem for the first time yesterday. Free-flying that is, no motor involved. What a great feeling! I was taken up as a passenger first by an experienced tandem pilot friend, then I took him up with me as pilot and him as passenger.

So now I'm wondering about trying it with the motor one day once I've got a fair few freeflying tandem hours under my belt. My question is this: can you fly tandem with a high hangpoint motor, or would that put the controls too far up once they're connected to the spreader bars?

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