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Deltaplane Deltaplane : Discovery 2
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English Have flown 160,195 and 195s at 80ish kg clip in weight.195 glorious in light conditions,can out thermal everything,due to low wing loading and featherlight handling,however once you pull the bar in more than a few inches glide and sink rate are terrible.Treat it as a rigid winged paraglider and you'll love it!Found 160 a bit skittish and felt a bit light on 195s.Best to be towards middle of weight range on these gliders.

Deltaplane Deltaplane : Malibu
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English What is the price of this glider?

Deltaplane Deltaplane : Woopy Fly
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English Does anyone have ANY LATE NEWS about this woopy fly

Harnais Harnais : Keller
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English Klaus Kohmstedt brought one of the first Sport Keller harnesses to the Owens Valley for the 1981 XC-Classic. He made a 142-mile flight with it on a Hiway Demon, I think, from Horseshoe. He sold it to me for a song - what a great guy! - and I flew with it for several years. Equipped with a marvelous French Connection, the Sport Keller was comfortable and easy to fly in. No issues at all. It was warm, too, even at 20 thousand feet. I remember, I launched off Horseshoe without stepping into my leg straps once but it was easy to hook my feet in the pouch and zip it up, getting me down alive despite my carelessness. I used it with a Pacific Wings Racing Express (one of the best hang gliders ever made) to fly 172 miles from Horseshoe in 1986.

Deltaplane Deltaplane : Sensor 411a
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English this is it where hangliding should have gone ... side struts and front struts and the reflex can flex a little like suspension .. although this was back before dive sticks and lufflines were important thay could be incorperated now ..so mid span dive sticks and tip dive sticks would sort out any problems .. the 130 degree nose rule is as wide as you can go unless a cannard is used and keel pocket for camber and reflex and tip roach and low billow ..skeatesy

Deltaplane Deltaplane : Sting Ray
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English not much can go wrong with early gliders all you need is a bit of camberr for lift and some reflex for stability and roach tips for stall feel it realy is that simple why people died back then was dive sticks and lufflines were not used so the sail luffed and dived ..the keel pocket was the major design change so the sail could run less billow and resist luffing and now we know the 130 nose angle rule cant be transgressed unless a cannard is used and this is why designs with 150 nose angle eventualy went off the market .. it was know but we didnt think it important enough to manufacture with ..skeatesy

Deltaplane Deltaplane : Dawn
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English i put struts on my rogallo sl cohen 220 back in the mid 1970's in canberra australia and i still recon its a better way than topless cross bars less sophistication for a small price in drag i saw the french gye at buffalo victoria australia 1986 nationals fly his version of a topless with struts before topless came out it seems every one is on a trip were even if it is one ounce of drag they will go for it and pay ten times the price its not gliding its the upper class image and expence .. there is many ways to reduce drag but it has to be their way ..i desinged triple surface to lower camber o the bottom surface by foam padding for moyes csx named after me but give it ten years he might spend money on it .. skeatesy

Deltaplane Deltaplane : Virus
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English and still good enough for today useing 100 percent double surface and less sofistication over the topless models now ...skeatesy

Deltaplane Deltaplane : Gipsy Cfx
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English Beautiful handling glider but don't be tempted to tighten sail to much using the outer attachment points as handling degrades dramatically and PIO becomes an issue.Keep the tune soft and the Gipsy is a gem of a glide.Wish I had one now!

Deltaplane Deltaplane : Dawn
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English Interesting, never knew about it. I designed and built and flew strutted hangglider in 1983.
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