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A paramotor is a personal flying machine that consists of an engine, a propeller, and an outboard system for the pilot. It allows a person to fly using only the thrust of the paramotor and the glider.

Paramotors come in different types and sizes, but the basic components are usually the same: the engine on a paramotor runs on gasoline and drives the propeller, which creates lift and allows the pilot to fly. The suspension system consists of a sling, fabric and hardware that allows the pilot to secure himself to the paramotor and control the direction of flight.

Paramotors are very maneuverable and can easily climb up to several thousand meters. They can be used for travel and entertainment, such as flying over forests and plains, or participating in competitions.

Paramotors can be quite safe if certain flying and maintenance rules are followed. However, like any other type of machinery, they require a certain amount of skill and knowledge so that the pilot can operate them safely.

If you are interested in paramotors and want to buy such a flying machine, we will provide you with full information about our frame and engine models, as well as help you to take a training course.

Paramotor specifications can vary greatly depending on the model and manufacturer. However, in general, paramotors have the following basic specifications:

1. Engine power: from 10 to 35 hp.

2. Weight of the paramotor: 20 to 50 kg.

3. Propeller span: 1.15 to 1.6 meters.

4. Maximum speed: 40 to 70 km/h.

5. Maximum flight altitude: up to 3000 meters.

6. Fuel tank volume: 5 to 20 liters.

7. Engine resource: from 500 to 1000 hours of work.

8. Material of the suspension system: steel, aluminum, kevlar, carbon.

In addition, the technical specifications of the paramotor may include additional options such as safety systems (reserve parachute), electronic temperature and rotation control devices, etc.

When choosing a paramotor, you should consider your personal preferences and goals such as flight style, duration of flights, maintenance options, etc. Also, consider your budget since the cost of paramotors can vary greatly depending on their specifications and manufacturer.

Our company offers modular frames that can be used with most main engines or we can make a separate plate for you as part of a modular frame. Your choice of paramotor undercarriage system can be made with S-bar or J-bar systems, depending on your preference and existing suspension system. You can choose from a fixed 12-liter tank or a soft polyurethane fuel tank.

The net can be sewn to a cloth tube or riveted to a tube, and the rounded base of the frame makes it easy to transport in the trunk and easy to land.

The frame material is 2.5; 3; 3.5 mm D16T aluminum, and the fence tube can be made of titanium or aluminum. The kit includes the motor mount, net, 4 beam assembly and 5-piece ring. The frame is fully repairable and you can easily disassemble, reassemble and repair it yourself. An important advantage is the ability to direct start because the truss beam design allows you to keep the transverse load on the plate.

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