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IMPORTANT NOTICES
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ASSEMBLING OF THE PARAMOTOR
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HARNESS AND DISTANCE BARS
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ASSEMBLING OF THE PROPELLER
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ASSEMBLY INSPECTION
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TECHNICAL DATA OF THE ENGINE
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CARBURETOR – FUEL AND OIL
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IGNITION AND ELECTRIC
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JOYSTICK
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PRE-FLIGHT CHECK
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SPARE PARTS LIST
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DIAGNOSING AND STARTING A FLOODED ENGINE
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REGULAR CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
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TERMS OF GUARANTEE
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WARRANTY ZERTIFICATE
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IMPORTANT NOTICES
** CONGRATULATIONS **
Thank you for choosing an excellent paramotor. Please take the time to read this
manual carefully, with this manual we will try to give advice on the maintenance and
operation that will help you have a reliable paramotor and to preserve your
investment.
Furthermore, we invite you to give this manual with the paramotor if you sell it, so it
can be useful for the next owner as well. The manufacturer and the resellers are
ready to answer your questions and, if necessary, to solve problems, because the
safety of yourself and the others is the most important thing for us. When you will
receive the motor, it will already have overcome a test of 1 hour in the factory,
verifying the operation of all the components and the operation to every speed. All
the paramotors are tested before the delivery. We reserve the right to change
specifications, components, details of the motor, in relationship to the model in
production without incurring in some obligation. The reliability, the performances and
the duration of your paramotor will also depend on your understanding of the correct
maintenance and operation of the engine. This manual describes the paramotor, its
installation, use and control.
This PPG is not covered by product liability insurance. Do not start it or fly it
unless you are willing to assume all risks inherent in the sport of Powered
Paragliding and all responsibility for any property damage, injury or death
which may result from the use of this product.
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
You must be aware that any engine can fail and breakdown at any moment,
this could lead a landing in less than ideal areas with the possibility of injury to
the pilot or other people. Any powered paramotor must only fly in permitted
areas, and never to fly low above a crowd of people. Inhabited zones, water,
and areas that are difficult to land should be avoided, always remember that
the engine could stop.

Some atmospheric conditions can cause the engine to perform differently than
normal. Before beginning every flight, you must test the paramotor on the
ground. Start the engine on a flat surface that is free from stones, sand or
small parts that could be sucked in by the propeller. Be sure any persons
nearby are well clear off the thrust from the propeller and not near the
propeller at any time the motor is running. A good safety distance is 50 meters
for all directions of projection of the propeller and 20 meters for the others
directions.

Do not use a paramotor that has not been correctly maintained or not been
used for some time, or if you know that is not in good condition. The use of
not original spare parts can make the paramotor dangerous and immediately
voids the warranty. Changes to the reduction or propellers can reduce safety
and reliability of the aircraft. Before every use or test, check the condition of
the propeller and the torque of bolts of the propeller. If the propeller is
damaged do not use it, this can lead to a breakup of the propeller in rotation
or to strong vibrations that will transmit to the motor and may cause damage
or loosen bolts or components.

Never use the motor without propeller or without reduction drive.
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ASSEMBLING OF THE PARAMOTOR
FRAME
The frame consists of:
-
a.) central module
b.) cage
c.) 2x long supports
d.) 2x middle supports
e.) 2x short supports
Top position:
Middle position:
Bottom position:
long supports
middle supports
short supports
Assemble the complete cage and
close all velcro straps
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Insert assembled cage first in top position
after that insert middle and bottom position.
Close bottom velcro straps on both sides.
Close netting with carabineer on both sides.
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ASSEMBLING OF THE HARNESS AND THE DISTANCE BARS
Connect the harness to the frame
Fix distance bars with M8 nut
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Connect the straps
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ADJUSTING OF THE HARNESS
The best way to familiarize yourself with the harness and your personal flying
position
is
to
use
a
simulator.
Sit in the harness and adjust the shoulder straps correctly. The weight should be
constantly shared on the shoulders. Find your seat position and adjust the straps
accordingly to sit relaxed.
The optimal position of the paramotor is when the propeller shaft line is 5 ° to a
maximum of 10 ° below the horizontal line. To adjust it move the red u-part for
heavier pilots forward for lighter pilots backward.
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ASSEMBLING OF THE PROPELLER
On the EOS 100 paramotor is mounted a HELIX carbon propeller
Mount the propeller with the six M6 screw with a torque of 10Nm.
Please use only original propellers otherwise you lose your warranty.
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ASSEMBLY INSPECTION
It is very important to fully inspect the assembly of your paramotor to find and
remedy any potential problem areas before proceeding.
The inspection should contain, at a minimum, the following items:
 Review each assembly step above
 Examine all nuts, bolts, and fasteners for security
 Check the harness for correct mounting, that all straps are secure, that
there are no twists on any straps
 Examine prop cage for correct assembly, that it is strong, the netting is
tight and on the correct side
 Check that nothing can get in the prop. The prop should clear the cage
by same distance at all points.
 Check the fuel tank and fuel delivery system.
 Check for correct mounting of prop, and correct torque of prop bolts.
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TECHNICAL DATA OF THE ENGINE
Motor
Kühlung
Bohrung
Hubraum
Max. Leistung
Max. Schub
Zylinder
Kompression
Mischungsverhältnis
Vergaser
Luftfilter
Zündung
Zündkerze
Zündkerzenstecker
Getriebe
Getriebeverhätlnis
Propeller
Starter
Auspuff
Benzinverbrauch
Gewicht Motoreinheit
Propeller Drehrichtung
Tankinhalt
Gesamtgewicht Paramotor, ohne Retter
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Einzylinder 2-Takt Motor
Luftkühlung
54 mm
102 cm³
20 PS bei 9200 U/Min
58 kg
Aluminium mit Nikasil Beschichtung
1:10
1:50
Walbro DLE170
Air box
Induktiv
NGK BR10HS
5k Ω
Untersetzungsgetriebe mit Poly-V Riemen
1:3.5
Helix H30F 1,25m L-ES-05-2
Handstarter
Resonanzauspuff mit Endschalldämpfer
2.8 L/Stunde bei 30 kg Schub
9.8 kg
Gegen den Uhrzeigersinn
12 L
22 kg
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TIGHTENING TOURQUE
TIGHTENING TOURQUE VALUE
FOR ENGINE BOLTS AND SREWS
HEAD NUTS
CRANKSHAFT NUT – CLUTCH SIDE
CRANKSHAFT NUT – IGNITION
SIDE
PROPELLER CENTRAL SCREW
SPARK PLUS
CRANKCASE SCREWS
CARBURETOR LOCKING SCREWS
INTAKE MANIFOLD LOCKING
SCREWS
MUFFLER STUDS NUTS
SILENCER LOCKING SCREWS
MUFFLER LOCKING SCREWS
M
N.m
Kgf.m
Lbf.ft
7
12
14
60
1,4
6
10,36
44,4
10
40
4
29,6
10
6
6
40
20
8
8
4
2
0,8
0,8
29,6
14,8
5,92
5,92
6
8
0,8
5,92
6
8
8
10
15
15
1
1,5
1,5
7,4
11,1
11,1
STANDARD TIGHTENING TORQUE VALUES
5 mm Bolts and nuts
6 mm Bolts and nuts
8 mm Bolts and nuts
10 mm Bolts and nuts
12 mm Bolts and nuts
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Locking
compound
Loctite 243
Loctite 270
Loctite 243
Loctite 243
N.m
Kgf.m
Lbf.ft
6
10
25
45
55
0,6
1
2,5
4,5
5,5
4,44
7,40
18,50
33,30
40,70
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CARBURETOR – FUEL AND OIL
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
We recommend using super gasoline and full synthetic oil (Castrol TTS) at
2,5%. Mix fresh fuel and oil before each flying session. Store your fuel/oil
mixture in an approved, sealed container. Dispose of fuel/oil mixture that is
older than 1 month.
During running in we recommend using 3.0% oil mixture and use only full
power during starting.
Mixture table:
fuel 95/98 octan
full synthetic oil
Castrol TTS
full synthetic oil
Castrol TTS
LITER
1:33 (3%)during
running in time
ml
1:40 (2,5%)
normal use
ml
0,5
1
2
3
4
5
10
16 ml
33 ml
66 ml
100 ml
132 ml
165 ml
333 ml
13 ml
25 ml
50 ml
75 ml
100 ml
125 ml
250 ml
The fuel oil mixture should not be older than 1 month!
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IGNITION AND ELECTRIC
Spark Plug:
NGK BR10HS
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JOYSTICK
We supply with this paramotor a special build joystick which is a novum in the
paramotor market.
Since it’s important to know how to stop the engine once it’s started, let’s cover
“Stopping the Engine” first. To stop the engine, simply depress the “STOP” button
and hold it until the engine comes to a complete stop.
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PRE-FLIGHT CHECK
THE FOLLOWING POINTS SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT BEFORE EACH START!
01
VISUAL INSPECTION OF CAGE AND FRAME FOR FRACTURES
02
PROPELLER HUB WITHOUT CLEARANCE?
03
REDUCTION GEAR LEAK-PROOF ?
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EXAMINATION OF EXHAUST AND MOTOR RUBBER ELEMENTS!
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PETROL FILTER UNPOLLUTED?
06
MOTOR, CARBURETOR AND TANK ARE LEAK-PROOF?
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SUFFICIENT SUPPLY OF FUEL AND OIL IN FUEL (DON’T USE
MIXTURE OLDER THAN 1 MONTH) ?
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PILOT SUSPENSION UNDAMAGED ?
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CANOPY UNDAMAGED ?
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GAS LEVER POSITION – CHECK THE FREE MOVEMENT!
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VENTILATED TANK LID ON TANK?
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PROPELLER CLEAR – START PARMOTOR – NO PERSONS NEAR
BY STARTING THE PARAMOTOR
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CARRY OUT A TEST AT FULL THROTTLE AFTER WARMING UP!
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TEST THE SWITCH-OFF FUNCTION!
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PILOT PROPERLY HOOKED IN?
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WIND DIRECTION AND WIND FORCE?
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TAKE OFF AREA CLEAR ?
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TEST FOR LEAKS?
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SPARE PARTS LIST
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DIAGNOSING AND STARTING A FLOODED ENGINE
A flooded engine can be identified by the smell of unburned gasoline coming from
the exhaust pipe, or by periodic weak firing and puffs of black smoke during starting
attempts. If you have a flooded engine, follow the procedure below:
 Remove the spark plug and thoroughly dry it. (Note another indication of a
flooded engine is a spark plug that is dripping with gas).
 With the spark plug removed push the starter button for a few seconds while
holding the throttle in the full-open position. This will remove excess fuel from
the engine.
 Install the dry spark plug, and start using the normal procedure.
WARNING! Ensure you have placed the spark plug cap away from all fuel sources
before pulling the starter cord or a fire could occur!
WARNING! Do not use a flooded engine procedure whereby you hold the throttle
wide-open and then attempt to start the engine. If the engine starts, the prop would
rapidly spin to full RPM and damage or injury would most likely occur!
ENGINE PROBLEMS
DIAGNOSTIC
The engine doesn’t start
REASON
REMEDY
Out of petrol
Petrol doesn’t reach the
carburetor
Add petrol
Old or wrong petrol
Flooded engine
Defective spark plug
Blockened spark plug or wet
Earthened switching off cable
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Check the fuel system circuit
Empty the tank and the fuel system
circuit and replace the petrol
Remove the spark plug, start the
engine, dry or replace the spark plug.
Replace it
Clean and dry the spark plug or
replace it
Check the wiring
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Spark plug hood
No spark
Check it
Clean and check it, eventually
replace the diaphragm
Check the ignition, coil and wiring
Dirty carburetor
Calibrate the carburetor
Out-of-adjustment screws
Clean and check it, eventually
replace the diaphragm
Defective spark plug
Replace it
Wrong carburetion
Calibrate the carburetor
Clean and check it, eventually
replace the diaphragm
Replace the reeds or the whole reed
valve
Clean or replace it
Clean or replace the deadening
material
Calibrate the carburetor
Replace the gaskets and seals
Carburetor has problem
The engine doesn’t idle
The engine doesn’t reach
the maximum rpm
The carburetor has problems
The reed valve has problems
Dirty air filter
Dirty exhaust system
Engine revved up when
idling
Out-of-adjustment screws
Air through the gaskets
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REGULAR CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
At every use
Check the bolts and screw tightening
Check the silent-block conditions
After the first 10 hours
Check carburetion
Every 25 hours
Replace the spark plug
Clean the air filter
Replace the muffler springs
Every 100 hours or every year
Replace the air filter
Replace the starter rope
Replace the diaphragm and clean it
Replace the silent-block
Replace the fuel system pipes
Replace the reed valves
Every 100 hours
Check the piston and piston rings
Replace the pin and rollers cage
Decarbonise and clean the decompression hole
Replace the silencer deadening material
Replace reduction gear belt
Every 200 hours
Replace the piston and piston rings
Replace the reed valve
Every 400 hours
Replace all the bearings and seals
Replace the crankshaft
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TERMS OF GUARANTEE
G-Force Paramotors will warrant their product to be free from defects in materials
and workmanship for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of purchase.
This warranty applies to the product in normal usage situations only. The dealer,
from whom you purchased the product or G-Force Paramotors will repair the product
free-of-charge.
To obtain warranty service please contact your dealer or G-Force Paramotors and
then either bring the product in or have it shipped. Shipping charges are the
responsibility of the purchaser.
This warranty does not apply even during the warranty period, and the purchaser
shall pay repair or replacement charges if:

The cause of malfunction is due to misuse, neglect, negligence, etc.
This includes seize of the engine due by an improper carburetor
adjustment or improper fuel/oil mix

The malfunction is caused by incorrect pilot operation, i.e. a crash,
whack, dork, bang, splat, ding, prong, bend, tweak, trip, fall, bounce or
any other piloting eventuality.

The malfunction is caused by lack of normal maintenance or
modification, i.e. loose parts falling off and breaking the propeller.

The malfunction is caused by an Act of God, including but not limited to
fire, earthquake, hurricane, flood or other natural calamity.

Purchaser has no warranty-certificate
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WARRANTY ZERTIFICATE
Name of buyer:
Model:
______________________________________
Date of purchase:
______________________________________
Address:
______________________________________
This warranty certificate is valid 1 year after purchase. Please read this manual
carefully. For further question please ask your dealer or direct G-Force Paramotors.
DEALER
G-Force Paramotors
________________
________________________
G-Force Paramotors
Paurach 55, A-8332 Edelsbach
Tel.: +43 (0) 664 91 55 160
sales@gforce-paramotor.at
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