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Deltaplane Deltaplane : Standard
Français et ça volait ! et bien ! Envoyer traduction
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Deltaplane Deltaplane : Windfex
Français 21kg pliage court à 2m10 16m2 les lattes sont du tube plastique d'électricien, Envoyer traduction
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Deltaplane Deltaplane : Windfex
Français Aile pratique et intelligente, toute en astuces made in germany. légère, simple à monter, se range sous le lit, se transporte à moto. Je la préfère au funfex qui l'a remplacée. Envoyer traduction
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Deltaplane Deltaplane : Lancer 4
Français Ca ressemble beaucoup au spirale de tecma ! je vole sur cette aile , et vu vos descriptions , ce sont aussi apparement les memes performances ! manaible , facile a poser.. etc , j'adore cette aile ! elle date mais la ou j'habite je ne peux utiliser que ce genre d'aile due a un manque d'espace a l'attero. Envoyer traduction
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Deltaplane Deltaplane : Aolus
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English I had many wonderful adventures with my Aolus learning cross country in Owens Valley in 1981. It was the second prototype. Carlos Miralles taught me to fly it off Cuesta Ridge in San Luis Obispo, California, and sold it to me for $500. After many hours, I took it to John Reisig at Spectra Aircraft who sleeved its already massive frame it and smoothed out the leading edges. It was a superb thermalling machine. In a strong, smooth core, you could push out past stall and flat-spin at 2000 fps. Unique and unbelievable. With that reflexed tail, it gave you a very secure feeling that it would recover from going over the falls in violent thermals. And fast landings in high-altitude-density air were helped by that bowsprit. When it dropped, you'd fly through the bars and hit the sail (no keel). My buddies who flew their Aoli in Owens Valley were Carlos, Bob Dunn and Mark Hanley. But the thing that made the Aolus such a great thermalling machine, that huge tail, may have kept it from attaining the best l/d between thermals. After I'd moved on to Comet-clones, I loaned it to Bill Dodson around 1985 and he made its last flight from Horseshoe. See for more details.
Rick Masters
Aoli, Comet Clones & Pod People
 

Deltaplane Deltaplane : Aolus
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English I had a lot of fun with my Aolus (was it spelled Aeolus originally?) I heard it described as "pitch weird and yaw funky", but I like that. It may have been Carlos who told me that tests had shown the washout tubes to have no needed pitch effect, but that they were put on for pilot expectations. Perhaps I flew without them, I don't recall. Assembly was flat on the ground, with tricky ways of getting that high tension sweep cable/bow sprit in place.

Deltaplane Deltaplane : Skypuppy
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English Only about 100 square feet, rudder steering, too fast at my weight for good soaring. Flown in 1986 (?), big flaps worked well. Shown in San Diego, California.

Deltaplane Deltaplane : Skypuppy
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English Only about 100 square feet, rudder steering, too fast at my weight for good soaring.

Deltaplane Deltaplane : Formula
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English Produced by Pacific Airwave from around 1989 to 1994, the Formula was essentially a simplified Magic Kiss, with a lighter frame, fewer ribs, and looser sail. This allowed the glider to be flown more comfortably by the intermediate pilot than the Kiss. It was comparable to the Kiss in sink rate and, although it didn't have the latter's speed range, its lighter handling made it popular with weekend pilots.

A version of the Formula was made by Airwave UK and marketed as the Magic 6. The sails were made in the US and fitted to airframes made in England.

Deltaplane Deltaplane : Esprit
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English The Esprit was not an Airwave glider. It was produced from 1983 to 1985 by Pacific Windcraft of Salinas, California. Intended as a higher-performance version of the Vision, it was particularly popular as a tow glider behind the La Mouette trikes that PW as importing.

There was only one Esprit ever made that doubled as a trike glider. I owned it. Due to its higher weight, its sink rate was poorer than the stock ones when flown unpowered, but the stiff frame gave it better penetration and glide at speed.
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