Thanks for the reply Harry, you are a crazy bugger too !! I like that. At about 13 years old I too was trying to make Hang Gliders out of wood and plastic jumping off the garage roof. I was also at one time in my teens collecting alunimum tubing to try and make a fixed wing ultralight with an old snowmobile motor. Luckly for me life got too busy and I never did start the build..
My first Paramotor had a solo 210 on it too. It was the small Fly Products "fly 95" with the 4 blade prop. I flew it for 5 or 6 years before getting a Walker Jet which was an ok unit but became hard to get parts for so I got the Pap which is a very nice unit with lots of power for a small guy like me weighing in at 140 lbs.. However I don't fly any of the parmotors as much as I did before I got the 701. The 701 is my main focus now...I would love to some day do some fly camping like you and some of the other fixed wing guys do..
Hi Harry, good to see another paramotor pilot that flys a 701. I just joined the group and looking around to see who is here..I fly a Pap with a Paramaina Fusion wing along with my 701 on anfibous floats. What kind of Paramotor and wing do you fly?
There is no "cone" included to mount a tail light in the CH750 kit. I used the Zenith branded Aero lights...they include both navigation lights and wing tip strobes all in one light. Nav lights red/green on front with light on rear....the strobe is in between the colored nav & rear white light. Very slick setup and eliminates the need to wire the tail for a light.
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