What is the Best Type of Offset?


There most common way paramotor manufactures are dealing with the torque steering effect is to offset the carabiner attachment points relative to the gooseneck bars. Although a pretty simple solution, it can be done a few different ways.

Offsetting the main carabiners relative to the swingarms, offsetting the harness main attachment point relative to the arm, or just moving the whole arm further or closer away from the center of gravity of the whole setup. In this video, we will explain to you how efficient is each method, and which one is the best.

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