The latest HIGH-OUTPUT version of the Aero 1000 has 10% more HP (39.5hp). This high-output design is “extremely economical on fuel.” Pilots can enjoy hours of flight, on a single tank of gas, with the extraordinary reliability of a 4-stroke.
Upon starting the engine, pilots will notice that it has a great sound to it. Very smooth, with a robust 4-stroke rumble. This is much different from a typical 2-stroke Paramotor. As Mike Robinson stated: “Most 2-stroke engines sound like a weed-eater! This baby sounds like an actual aircraft engine!”
PUTTING THE “POWER” BACK INTO “POWERED PARAGLIDING”:
In this sport, power-to-weight ratio is extremely important. Not just for performance, but for legal reasons. Paramotors have to be under a certain weight to qualify as a non-licensed sport. Aircraft manufacturers (like BlackHawk) seek to squeeze every last drop of power out of their engines. In the case of the Aero 1000 HO, they did just that. “The standard Aero 1000 has so much potential that we pushed forward with the HIGH-OUTPUT design” said Robinson. “The 2022 High-Output configuration, or “The Bush Dawg” as we call it, is simply the finest 4-stroke paramotor on the market right now. And not just the engine. From the glider to the Alaskan Tundra tires, this is the ultimate Trike / Quad package.”
If you have any questions about the Bush Dawg, or the sport of Powered Paragliding, we’d love to hear from you: (833) PPG-FLYR. For sales, you can call or text Mike Robinson directly at (209) 481-0493.