Performance paramotor wing Hercules 2
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performance paramotor wing
performance paramotor wing
performance paramotor wing
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Maximum passengers
single place
Maximum load

Max.: 380 kg (838 lb)

Min.: 140 kg (309 lb)


10.69 m, 11.56 m, 13.14 m, 14.2 m (35'00")

Wing surface

28.7 m², 33 m², 33.5 m², 38.6 m² (308.9 ft²)


7.3 kg, 8.5 kg (16.09 lb)


Hercules 2 builds on the strengths of its predecessor, bringing ease of operation and more performance. Suitable for all Paratrike flyers - beginners to experienced. With two sizes, the smallest indicated for monotrike pilots up to 240 kg and the largest for double paratrikes with up to 380 kg takeoff weight. Flight characteristics The new construction is the key to the excellence points of the new wing. Lightness is the hallmark. A concept of 3 lines and using high-performance materials further expanded the performance of this wing, without losing the famous durability of Hercules. Highlights and differences compared to Hercules 380 Lighter - - Greater ease of takeoff - - More performance 3 Risers - - Greater maneuverability in 2D control - - Higher speed flying at the same weight Dyneema PPSLS lines with excellent durability and reduced drag - - Wing stability and agility on the ground - - More comfortable in flight New profile Reflex - - More cells - - Greater ease of use for trimmers Technologies Hercules 2 incorporates the newest technologies and solutions used in paramotor sails, more aerodynamic stabilizer, higher performance and more stability profile, high durability lines, additional controls, less bowing, greater projected elongation that results in significant performance gains and gain of stability and comfort in flight.


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