If you’re pushing the limits in freestyle or slalom competition, you need a dynamic wing that will help you unlock your full potential whilst always reacting in a precise and predictable way. Developed by Laurent Salinas, Peter Schulz and the GIN R&D team, the Carve could be just the wing that you have been dreaming about!
The wing is dynamic and responsive, designed to be flown at high wing loadings. with excellent performance, stability and a wide speed range. Advanced pilots will appreciate the control options provided by the 2D steering: depending on your speed and the turn you would like to make, you can either pull down the center of the glider or only the wing tip.
The Power Attack system, designed for advanced pilots, offers increased speed and responsiveness by combining trim and accelerator actions. With trim open, the RPM power is also boosted, which means more power when you need it and great fuel economy.
Take off is surprisingly simple for such an advanced wing, the wing comes up in a progressive manner and the pilot is quickly airborne. The wing is smooth and well-damped in the air, particularly at speed. Landing is similarly easy, and is even controllable on the brakes with trim open.
|Flat area (m2)||18.00||20.00||22.00||24.00|
|Flat span (m)||10.22||10.77||11.30||11.80|
|Flat aspect ratio||5.8||5.8||5.8||5.8|
|Projected area (m2)||15.39||17.10||18.81||20.51|
|Projected span (m)||8.63||9.03||9.40||9.76|
|Projected aspect ratio||4.39||4.39||4.39||4.39|
|Number of cells||56||56||56||56|
|Glider weight (kg)||4.9||5.25||5.6||5.9|
|Certified weight range (paramotor) (kg)||65-110||75-120||85-130||95-140|
|Certification (paramotor) (kg)||DGAC||DGAC||DGAC||DGAC|