Propulse Paramotor Models
(depending on engine options)
The Titan is an excellent titanium paramotor at a great price with all the most important advantages...
In addition to titanium construction, the key to the Titan's success are light and powerful engine options. paramotors are equipped with a wood propellor. Two piece carbon fiber propellors are a $210 upgrade. There are two carbon propellor choices, the 49 inch (125 cm) eProp and the 51 inch (130 cm) Helix. Although the cage clearance is sufficient for the 51 inch propellor, new pilots should avoid the 51 inch props until they gain more experience. The carbon propellors have advantages, however they do cost more.
Weight-Shift Mid Hang Point
The Titan uses the latest mid hang weight shift system. To counter the torque effect, the weight shift bar and harness system is offset by cleverly using two different sized extensions out and away from the frame where the weight shift bars pivot. Since both the EOS and the Moster are belt drive, the torque for both motors is to the right. Since the right extension is longer than the left extension, the paramotor twists right to steer left.
Ah, don't worry if you are confused by torque concept. The important thing is that it works very well. Remember, "there is no spoon."
The original Propulse uses high hang points similar to the Fly Products high hang point system.
Super Light Apco Harness
The Titan uses the Super Light Air Back Support Apco paramotor harness. Comfortable padding makes this harness a pleasure whether ground handling or flying a long cross country. The harness is packed with features, plently of pockets, storage, speed bar pulleys, and it will accomidate a reserve with an optional zip on reserve container.
The Titan cage breaks down completely for transport similar to other cages. See photo below.
However the Titan also has a quick cage system that enables you to remove or install the cage in about a minute. The only catch is that the cage remains in the two larger sections as shown in the photo on the left. The photo below/left shows the brace that keeps the two quarter sections together. These two bolts are removed in order to break the cage down completely as shown below.
The clever way this quick cage works is best shown on video. Someone will do it eventually. It's pretty cool.
Ratchet Net Tightening System
Part of the reason it only takes a minute to add or remove the cage are these little ratchets that tighten or losen the net in about 2 seconds.
The Titan gas tank is very easy to remove and install. The tank holds around 3.2 gallons.
The Titan throttle is the most comfortable we've flown. The red button is the kill switch, and the yellow button is for an electric start or possibly could be rigged as a push to talk. The gas check mirror is included and arrives mounted on the throttle ready to use.