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  • #14778
    Jerome Daoust
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    The latest entry into the High-B class…  PHI Maestro 2. Read more about it on: PGF > PHI Maestro 2. It has 78 cells (compares to 62 on the Rush 6), but also adds mid-cell mini-ribs on its leading edge. And I can help you get one at a discounted price, just ask by Email.

    Leading edge pornMaestro2_LE

    #14779
    David Webb
    General Member

    That’s one hot lookin’ leading edge.

    #14780

    Good wright-Up here :

     

    Phi Maestro Review (EN B)

    This is the part I Like : … “At the leading edge nylon rods create an air scoop (sharknose), but only one rod is used on each opening. …

     

    Bille

    #14782
    Jerome Daoust
    General Member

    Hi Bille, that review is a good read, but it is for the 1st version of the Maestro, instead of this 2nd version about to be released.

    How much difference between the 1st and this upcoming version? The manufacturer write… “We can present you the greatest leap in performance that we have ever achieved from one generation to the next.

    #14783

    At 200-Lb , ( 90.7kg) in a swimsuit ; it kinda looks like by the time I add harness, reserve, and weight of the glider ; I may need the XL, judging from the specks from the 1st version of the Maestro ?

    Bille

    #14788
    Jerome Daoust
    General Member

    Hi Bille,

    Best to wait for the specs to become available for  the 2nd version, sometimes the weight ranges change, and then one would typically want to be 60-80% into the weight range. I can do the math for you then, and recommend a size. Typically the TFW (Total Flying Weight) is 123% of the naked body weight. You can use my Email (<– click the link) to continue this sizing discussion between us.

    Jerome

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