Following on with the success of the original Australian made Discovery Paramotor, Bauer Engineering along with Tribal Flight has once again set a new benchmark for Paramotors. Making the most of the feedback from pilots the new frame boasts subtle changes in geometry to make the frame ergonomically friendly for launching, landing and comfortable in flight. “We have a very comfortable paramotor that was really easy for beginners to learn in but also was more than suitable for extremely advanced pilots like Javier our acro pilot” - Bob Bauer. The simple nature of the design is just one part of the whole package that places the D3 the in the forefront of its competitors. The Discovery 3 frames have been tested in acro scenario where forces reach /- 10 G’s at times. Other frames have failed at around 3-4 G’s, by simply bending the pivot arms in a spiral.
Not too many pilots think about transporting their units when they purchase them. The D3 can be transported on a tow bar mount. Normally the new generation CNC frames are unable to be transported assembled as they just aren’t strong enough or they need special mounting points or they need to be assembled and disassembled before and after flight.Testing has seen our frames pushed to the limit by one of the best Acro pilots Javier Malaguita Tejerio Lopez. Pushing the limits with infinity tumbling’s Javier has experienced G- Forces /- 10 G's.
HE MVL Motor
It is the newest engine in our range. An innovation for the users of paramotors that are looking for a constant power while carrying less weight, being the lightest engine for a displacement of 125 cc.
2 stroke single cylinder
Extraction from propeller
125 cm3 (54×54)
Aluminium Nikasil coated
23 HP / 9.580 R.P.M.
Electric ignition coil
Poly V belt driven with centrifugal clutch
1 / 3,65
Manual pull starter / Flash starter available
Unleaded gasoline synthetic oil 2,5 %
11,450 Kg. complete