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Contact us - USA - or International - There are many choices in accessories for your paramotor or paraglider package. Accessories can be the factor that can save a life and optimise your flying experience.

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Helmets are very important, so are backup chutes. Although with the proper training we recommend checking out www. Accessories can make flying with friends more exciting, they can add features to your experience and they can provide safety measures. Be sure to get the right accessories so you and your friends can have the beest experience possible. The new Fly UL helmet from Icaro is my new favorite paramotor helmet.

These are available in sizes from Small to Extra Large. Very nice helmets. Specially designed from years of experience overcoming numerous issues with previous designs.

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This muffler is just over 6 lbs, puts out the most power and the least noise and is one of the most reliable tested. Fits on any Simonini Mini 2 Engine. One pull release increases safety in case of water landing, fire, etc.

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Over years of servicing Simonini engines we have found that Redline Synthetic runs the cleanest. Lightweight, runs upside down, runs under high Gs. Also available with electronics to mate to the Fly UL helmet.All Parajet paramotors will perform effectively in a wide variety of flying situations, from a weekend cruise to long-distance touring. But each airframe is designed to emphasise certain pilot priorities.

Think about your current ability using the following guide for help. You fly with confidence and are looking for new adventures and challenges. It is crucial for your safety and overall enjoyment of your flying to choose a paramotor that has the right amount of power.

If your paramotor has insufficient power, your take-off running is going to be harder and longer, increasing your chances of injury. Once airborne you may not have an adequate climb rate to safely avoid obstacles. Although more power and thrust makes launching easier, larger engines are heavier and can be unwieldy. An important question, although for a beginner sometimes harder to answer. Your flying will never get boring. The adventurous spirit lurks in all of us and we all dream of the eutopia — travelling the globe and experiencing amazing places that we could only dream of flying.

Practicality dictates the need for a paramotor that compacts down to a managable size. However, more parts means longer assembly and more complexity. Let alone the long drawn out process of prepping your engine to get it on a plane. We may all set out with great intentions and aspirations, but be realistic about how often you are truely going to travel or take your paramotor on a plane.

The paramotor community is split over this. The rest still prefer the convenience of simply being able to push a button to get their paramotor started. As leading experts in aerial adventure, Parajet aims to inspire and ignite your passion for personal freedom. To help facilitate your Paramotor training and make the sky your playground.

Our high-quality paramotors lead the way in design and innovation so that you can safely enjoy a lifetime of experiences that thrill and amaze. Please enter your email address below, you will then receive a notification email where you can retrieve your cart. Which Parajet is right for me? Find YOur. Perfect Match. More Info Find your parajet. Parajet International As leading experts in aerial adventure, Parajet aims to inspire and ignite your passion for personal freedom.

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This how we have designed a machine so intuitive that you can fully focus on your flying experience. We have turned paramotors into proper aircrafts. And yes, they are beautiful. Traveling with a paramotor may seem difficult or even impossible. Flying on your own on an unknown place might seem dagerous…. Join our guided trips and have the best holiday of your life.

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Never take anything for granted in Trike Flying. If you are in doubt about anything, stop and figure it out or call TrikeBuggy. Also please read our Warning and Caution!I seem to remember that when i had a Walkerjet that the Fly engine did experiance a heat problem and that an upgraded bigger head was called for sadly my engine detonated within a 2 hours of new so never got that far.

Bad news is it might take a few weeks for delivery - speak to Patricie at Walkerjet - although not perfect English she was very helpful. I never had the slightest problem with overheating, using the earlier smaller cylinder head. The piston and everything was like new when I did a service rebuild. It is a brilliant engine with tons of power and much lighter than the equivalent Simonini. The silencer could be improved though as I found it a bit noisy.

If you are doing a rebuild you might want to use a dremel or similar to carefully smooth out any rough casting from the ports, and polish up the inside of the cylinder head.

The cylinder itself is Nicasil coated so don't touch that. I also have a walkerjet with a fly engine which i bought with a blowen piston and cylinder. I have tried to contact patrica in walkerjet by email but with no sucess have you got a valid phone number fo them is there anywhere else i can buy the parts i need.

Would really apprecaite any feed back to cure this problem.

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They had a stand at St. Hilaire last year with lots of motors on display. If you need the parts quickly you could contact Andy at Skydragons. As for the root cause, the most likely is a lean mixture, either from carb or an air leak into the crank case somewhere probably the base gasket.

Otherwise it could be the ignition advance timing set incorrectly. Thanks for the help i have been in contact with fly engines to price the parts because i still cant get walkerjet but i have attached a few pics of the engine i have broken it down and i would love to hear your view as to what may have caused this problem. All the damage seems to be on the exhaust side of the piston and cylinder ,Im not sure but anyone that understands two stroke engines will know this means something hope you can help.

You need to find out what has broken up and got dragged through the exhaust port, rings? I recently fitted a new piston only to find out it was 4mm longer at the base and was hitting the crank case so had to strip it back down and have it removed from the bottom of the piston. It certainly looks like your lower ring is missing - probably broken up and caused all the scoring to piston and cylinder When I rebuilt mine I filed a tiny lip around the exhaust port to remove the knife edge around the inlet a potential source of overheating and smoothed off the rough casting in the ports with a dremmel type tool.

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Give the piston and cylinder head chamber a good polish with Autosol or similar. Order a few spare cylinder and head gaskets so you can inspect at regular intervals they cost buttons and it is only a half hour job to do even when the engine is all fitted in the frame. Carbon deposits can cause localised overheating so best to remove them.

It definately seem to be the lower ring that broke on the exhaust side but this has happened after 5 hours run in and 3hours flying time according to the guy i bought it off. The engine first give up the ghost 15hours from new so im told then he rebuilt it and it happened again and then i bought it off him because he was fed up by this time. So it not wear and tear its either wrong mix or adjustment the first time or something like that and maybe a bad rebuilt the second time or could it be something wrong in the engine from the factory when new???

Either way i dont want it to happen again so trying to gather as much info as possiable. The other common thing is if any porting work on the exhaust has been done the port has been enlarged too much and allowing the ring to expand into it as it passes that kills rings and pistons pretty fast. Or if there has been a previous blow up not getting the bore properly clean of debris. Speaking of debris the bottom end of yours will have bits in it.

A good wash out with paraffin should sort it but to be totally sure you would need to strip it and renew the bearings just in case.By willygofarJanuary 7, in Paramotors. A lot of people have had trouble with those engines running hot and not been able to get pistons for ages. My frame was a walkerjet one model before the one pictured. The guy who bought it from me said it cracked badly by the engine mounting plate.

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It was fairly powerfull and noisy. Exhaust port studs needed tightening every flight so I guess they were stretching. That figured as I heard another Flt owner was drilling out broken studs. My next engine was a lot better. Simonini spinning a prop. More power and economy and longevity if a tad heavier.

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Go To Topic Listing.By acroalFebruary 16, in Paramotors. Ok here's my problem - I have a walkerjet with a fly engines f It has burnt out 2 sets of piston rings in as many flights. I replaced the original cylinder and piston with new ones obtained direct from fly engines, these now look unserviceable. After some research I have found that the engine has the old cylinder head on it - the one which was causing overheating problems with so many F's.

The engine ran fine on the ground, it had hours worth of gentle running in and was warmed up well before flying. Are you using the 3 blade carbon prop or something else? Have you contacted Patricie at Walkerjet with photo's of the problem?

I found them very helpful albeit slow with delivery and parts were very cheap. You're not the only person to have trouble with this engine. Gabe Cassidy might be able to help you. I sold mine whilst it had low hours 35 on the advice of a friend. Let me know if you need Gabe's email. Some might say, if you need that much power, you'd be better off with a Simonini I'd agree.

The larger head will make a slight difference but I don't think it will solve the problem, if you still have the engine in pieces, check the cylinder ports, I once had an F that kept overheating, I took it to a specialist 2 Stroke engine re-builder, he told me the ports were not rounded off, and were catching the piston rings, he suggested I smooth them off with emery paper, I tried to do this but the Nikasol coating was too hard, so I told Patricie at Walkerjet and they sent me a new cylinder, the problem was solved.

A few years ago there was a problem when they first changed to digital ignition, the ignition advanced too much when on full revs this caused the engine to get too hot. A few of these were sold, when Walkerjet discovered the problem they offered too replace with the standard ignition, until they solved the problem, it is possible that you have one of these with the problem ignition system, how old is the motor?

I think you should send all information to Patricie at Walkerjet, and ask for their advice and help, they will know about all these problems, they are very helpful, but take a very long time to respond, it may take months to get the problem sorted, so if you can afford it buy another engine.

One option would be to ask Fly Engines if you can send it to them, to be rebuilt and fully tested. A bit of background here - I am in the process of maybe buying the motor off a friend - he bought it in July 09 and never flew it because of inexperience.

He asked me to test fly it for him, which I did until it overheated. He got despondent with it and asked me if I wanted to buy it. I said I would after i had found the problem and had a good few flights on it. After stripping the engine I found that the piston and cylinder were marked they will polish out tho and the piston rings had failed.

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I emailed Patricie and ordered a new piston, cylinder and complete gasket set. The engine was rebuilt and ground tests went fine. The second flight went pretty much like the first and the engine died after 15 minutes or so. I am very tempted to fit a different engine as I don't need half of what the f can provide I had a RAD MXL a few years ago and had many good flights on it albeit it was a pain to get off the ground and the climb out was slow - Flat Top Dave I think you mis - read that part!!

What other engines will fit that frame? Paul - I don't know enough about the history of the engine to know what ignition system it has. All I know is the frame is in perfect condition and the engine looks like it hasn't done many hours - maybe the previous owner saw these problems coming.

I have had 2 Walkerjet F since


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Dor Posted on10:12 pm - Oct 2, 2012

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