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Eden 6

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Paraglider Eden 6


 Eden 6 - 3D Design


The Eden series sticks to it’s principles:
Change is the only constant   

With the Eden 6, we introduce the new revolutionary “leading-edge-technology” to the B-Class. The completely new constructed nose grants the glider an extremely high XC potential. It transfers our know-how and experience from the successful Elan into the Eden series. The result is a lightweight designed glider with extraordinary glide performance that beats its competitors in accelerated flight. All this with a high degree of passive safety.

The highly balanced canopy is combined with sportive handling in thermals. Easy launching and landing characteristics have always been a Mac Para tradition and are being continued with the Eden 6. It’s new performance features, progressive handling and safety will convince many pilots in search of the perfect XC paraglider.


Lightweight design in all details   

The design was optimized in every way. A new profile combined with lightweight leading edge reinforcement on the panels with shaped rigifoils makes the canopy clean and very performing. Unsheathed gallery lines and thin sheathed main lines decrease the drag significantly. Triple 3D shaping offers not only new color design on the canopy but increased aerodynamic smoothness. Mini ribs on the trailing edge, higher arc, new design of the stabilizer all help to reduce the drag and increase the performance of the Eden 6. The rigidity of the canopy together with reinforced diagonals and load bearing straps have been optimized for enjoyable flight comfort.


Best materials for a high durability   

The Eden 6 is manufactured from proven Skytex materials to warranty longevity. Skytex 40 hard finish is used for main and diagonal ribs, Skytex 38 classic for external ribs, top and bottom surfaces. The gallery lines are made from unsheathed Edelrid Aramid/Kevlar, the main lines are made from sheathed Liros PPSL Dynema lines. Risers are made from narrow Kevlar/Polyester straps and are featured with high quality HARKEN ball bearing pulleys.


Are you an Eden 6 pilot?   

The Eden 6 is a high-end EN B glider designed for ambitious cross-country pilots. The Eden 6 does require a degree of skill. It is certified to the EN-B category and you will feel safe and secure flying it. The Eden 6 is not suitable for beginners and occasional pilots. For those our Muse 4 is the better choice.


Make it Yours…   

The hardest part is picking your favorite Color and Size. If you need help your local MAC PARA dealer will help you choosing the right size to maximize the performance of your new EDEN 6.  

Sizes: The EDEN 6 is available in sizes 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 33.     
Serial Designs: The main base colors are LIME, ORANGE, and BLUE. 
Special Design:
For an extra charge you can choose out of a wide range of different colors.


Cross Country 175

Pilot: Marcus King

Is it a walk in the park for Mac Para’s updated high-end EN B? Marcus King takes a bite

I reviewed the Eden’s EN-C big brother, the Elan, in issue 159 and then flew it for a year in the British comps. The glider gave a comfortable ride but with plenty of performance, allowing me to enjoy the ride home on the goal bus on several occasions.

This year saw the introduction of the latest incarnation of the long-running Eden series. The similarity in looks between this and the Elan are obvious, so would it have performance to match? And would this come at the cost of EN-B ease of use?

First outings

I first got my sweaty hands on the Eden 6 during the Kössen testival in early summer. Glider in hand I headed up the cablecar to launch. There I found the wind rather fickle, and as I set up I watched a few rather interesting take-off performances (search 'Kössen Takeoffs' on YouTube and you will find a compilation).

I managed to keep myself out of the video thanks to the easy launching characteristics of the Eden. Doing a forward launch it rose easily overhead with very little control needed to stop it overshooting. A few steps and I was off, heading towards the masses thermalling in front. This easy launch behaviour was repeated every time I flew with the Eden 6.

Taking off from Kössen often involves making a quick decision on which side to find your first thermal; the wind is often on the northerly slope but the sun is on the southerly. Do you go for easy- but-gentle or strong-but-leeside? Spotting a glider climbing quickly in the sun, I threw myself into the lee side.

As I hit the sharp edge of the leeside thermal the wing bit in nicely rather than being kicked back as some older wings do - a sign of the modern nose design Mac Para have used. Once inside, a good dose of weightshift and brakes and I had the wing cranked up. This was not time to explore the handling - what was important was turning tightly to stay in the core till I had ridden out of the lee.

Being on the wing was like coming back home and the family likeness was immediately noticeable. In the rough climb the precise handling of the wing made it easy to keep in the best parts of the lift.

As the summit of the mountain fell away and the thermal widened and smoothed out I could let the turns widen. The brakes have an instant effect and are nicely progressive. The first part of the travel will give a good flat and efficient turn that has obviously been carefully trimmed. It has a similar feel to the Rook 2 in this respect, but I found it a little easier to crank over when the need arose. Like the Rook 2 it has less roll than a Mentor 4 or a Base.

Heading off on glide and feeling right at home on the wing straight away I was able to push into the bigger mountains to the southwest, a range I had always wanted to get up close to in previous years. The wing’s immediate feel of security is a boon as you head into big country. It doesn’t stress you out, instead leaving you relaxed and able to get on with the job in hand.

Heading back I made full use of the bar, which has light enough pressure to use all day. The wing seems secure on the bar, cutting through any turbulence rather than being blocked by it and floating in the lift. There is an absence of any C-handles on the Eden; there is little need for them but you can control the wing by direct pulls on the risers.

The design

Although the Eden and Elan look similar in the air, up close you can see obvious differences in the technology used. The flat aspect ratio has seen an increase over the Eden 5 from 5.6 to 5.91, sitting below that of the Elan that sits above the 6.0 mark. This puts it higher than the Ozone Rush 4 and Nova Mentor 4 but less than the UP Summit XC3 and GIN Carrera Plus. The Carrera Plus and Summit XC3 both have an A/R of more than 6.0 and are arguably aimed at higher-level pilots.

A lot of attention has clearly been lavished on the leading edge, and the construction is a lot more complicated than the previous Eden or the Elan. As you would expect these days there is a sharknose.

On the top surface you will find three seams that are used to create the 3D shaping, an increase from the previous model. This is done to avoid creases in this vital part of the aerofoil. The Eden 6 also borrows technology from the old Magus comp wings and the new EN-D Icon in the shape of the GIN-patented Rigifoils in the centre of the top surface of each cell.

Explaining this, designer Petr Recek said:
“Clean leading and trailing edges are always the key for aerodynamic performance. The Rigifoil gives the Eden 6 a solid leading edge and although it is costly it offers a better glide in accelerated flight. As soon as you go on bar you can feel the difference.” At the back the wing has mini-ribs.

All this technology hasn’t meant a heavier wing. In fact it’s a few grams lighter than its predecessor. The weight ranges have also seen an increase in the top weights.

The line-set has been further optimised and the Eden 6 is a true three-liner, unlike the Eden 5 that had D attachment points coming off the C-risers. This reduction of line and corresponding drag hasn’t come at the cost of wrinkles in the area of the Cs, which Mac Para have managed to keep very clean.

The upper cascade on the new Eden is unsheathed, but as these lines normally lie on the wing on take- off this shouldn’t cause any problems. Paraglider design is all about compromises Petr said: “Even with a lower aspect ratio and safer aerofoils the use of the rigifoils and thinner main lines gives us a better glide when accelerated, over the Elan.”

The risers are thin race-style and use good quality components including Harken pulleys on the speed system. The different risers and sheathed lower lines are coloured, making it easy to see what is what. Some might like the brake handles to be a bit bigger and better padded but I found they fit well in my hands.

Flying Circuits

Back home in the southern Alps I was able to take the Eden out for some circuits. Flying the size 26 right at the top of its weight range (78kg- 100kg) meant I had more authority in the strong climbs. When climbing out from launch though I found myself at no disadvantage in the climbs, emphasising the great climb ability of the wing.

In thermals the Eden 6 gives a good level of information about the position of the core, through the risers, without it being a jittery ride. In fact, everything feels very smooth and calm and you are ushered towards the best lift by a push at your hips. That combined with the precise handling meant I very quickly was able to thermal without particularly concentrating on it, freeing my mind to look at the route possibilities ahead and assessing the general conditions.

The wing is trimmed towards cross country, but that’s not to say you can’t have fun on it. Adding more brake and weightshift brings out its sporty and dynamic side. While the Eden 5 had a good climb, especially in the weaker stuff, it feels like this wing bites into the stronger stuff better and rides the bubbles rather than being knocked back by them.

That feeling is echoed when you go on bar. All that leading-edge technology particularly shines when pushing along lifty lines on halfbar or more. Heading up past St Andre I used areas of convergence to cross from one valley system to another. The Eden felt secure on the bar and floated through the lift rather than being pushed about. Pitching is also well managed and very rarely did I feel the need to use the Cs to control it, despite choppy conditions on some of the transitions. It all adds up to very useable performance.

Facts and figures

Taking the wing out for an early morning speed test in still air gave a trim speed of 36km/h on the Flymaster TAS with a top speed of 50km/h. An increase in speed that is consistent with other wings in the same category.

The Eden 6 seems to have a good degree of resistance to collapses. Flying a 100km circuit on my second flight on the wing on a day when most of the other pilots complained about choppy conditions I didn’t get any collapses. I was flying heavily loaded but still, I was impressed with the secure feeling the wing gave in the rough stuff and even more so that it doesn’t come at the expense of feel.

When approaching clouds big ears were effective, especially with bar applied, at escaping the suck. I found they had to be held in but then they opened again in a fairly leisurely fashion; a quick pump will have them out more quickly. The wing stays stable and calm with them on, with no adverse roll.

Spirals build up rotation quite quickly but are easy to control with the progressive brakes. I found I had to keep pressure on to keep it spiralling, as it wants to flatten out on its own. Exiting is best done by bleeding the energy off over a complete 360 or more as the wing converts energy into lift well, so you could find yourself climbing back into your own wake if you come out too quickly.

With its progressive handling I enjoyed playing with the wing in asymmetric spirals as an alternative descent method with reduced consistent Gs.


The Eden 6 continues the tradition of the series with great performance combined with a secure feeling and refined handling. Petr and the design team at Mac Para have used the latest technology to get the best performance out of the wing without compromising ease of use. Its climbing ability is top level but it is the glide that has seen the biggest improvement, especially in real-life scenarios such as pushing into wind where it seems to float through any turbulence like a high- class wing rather than getting knocked back. This performance puts it up there firmly with the best gliders in the category.

It could be argued that it is a little more demanding of the pilot than its predecessor, but it is still a true EN-B wing that fits alongside its counterparts in terms of skills required as well as performance, without stepping into C territory. Interestingly, Mac Para have now released the Illusion, a lower-end B that further cements the Eden in the higher end of the B class.

The secure ride this wing gives will ease the stress when you find yourself flying through big terrain, making it a great ride for adventurous expeditions. A new lighter version, the Passion, was announced at St Hilaire, and with the characteristics of the Eden 6 I expect this will be a great wing for vol-biv adventures.

In summary, this is a carefully-crafted wing that sits with the best of the class in terms of performance and feeling. The handling is a delight and trimmed to get the best out of lift easily, but retaining a dynamic side when needed. It’s a wing that will happily devour the kilometres without demanding too much of the pilot, yet is engaging enough to put a smile on your face. A firm contender if you are looking for this class of wing.

Marcus King flew the 26 and 28 sizes over 15 hours in thermic conditions at an all-up weight of 100kg- 103kg using an Impress 3 harness and Sup’Air Strike.

Marcus King (Cross Country 175)


Report by Ziad Bassil
Mac Para Eden 6-26
(The magical flying carpet)

Pilot: Ziad Bassil

There are many gliders popping out each week/month in every category. It’s very rare to find a flaw in today’s gliders. As a reviewer I always search for those tiny flaws if occurred… But it’s becoming more and more difficult!

Companies are doing their best to give us the best possible and magical flying carpets.

Here’s one…

After test flying Mac Para EN-D, The Icon, here is the Eden 6 in size 26 for a test flight.
I flew the Eden 26 from 93 to 98 all up.
Take off is quite straightforward for a B, despite the high aspect ratio of 5.9, the Eden 6 inflates as a block and very easy without any delays or even shooting forward.
I had some nice flying conditions for three days and I was lucky to fly next to High end B’s all that time in order to feel and see the differences.

What does it feel in the air?

The Eden 6 is a very different glider from the 5th version.
The Eden 6 is tuned for performance flying with an efficient flat turning radius and a nose that searches for thermals rather than bumping into them.

The brake pressure is moderate with a linear response and the Eden 6 could be steered around 35 cm of travel.
The Eden 6 is a fairly agile wing trimmed toward an efficient turn rather than a diving turn.
To be more precise, I think the Eden 6 agility is well balanced between a gentle fun side, and an efficient XC use.
The Eden 6 26 could be flown easily at 90 but I found out that flying it at +75 % of its weight range is optimal (95-96)

Eden6 - Ziad

Climbing ability:

The Eden 6 has similar climbing capability in weak lifts as the Eden 5, which was very good. In stronger lifts the Eden 6 dig through those thermals more efficiently for a better climb.

Gliding power:

Flying the Eden 6 26 in the company of the Swing Nyos M, the Mentor 4 S and the Rook 2 M showed me after many attempts a superb glide angle for the Eden 6 putting it right on top next to the best one in this category!
The gliding at top speed is fully usable and also very competitive like you would expect from the best B’s out there!
The Eden 6 26 at 96 all up has a fast trim speed.
The speed bar pressure is moderate and the gain in speed is ±15 km/h.

Eden6 - Ziad

What are the benefits and differences (Eden 6 over the Eden 5?)?

-Eden 6 needs slightly more active piloting -Glide at trim and at top speed is well improved!
-Efficiency in head wind glides

The Eden 6 is as comfortable to fly as the Rush 4.
Big ears are stable and easy. They reopen smoothly by themselves.
Spiraling down is efficient but the pilot must get out hyper smoothly…to prevent a tuck on surges.

Eden6 - Ziad


The Eden 6 is a new breed of Mac Para gliders. There’s something different in the making.
The glide angle is the best you can get .The climb rate is very good! The handling is pleasurable. The Eden 6 is fast!
For sure, it’s a small step over the Eden 5 in piloting
but ok for an experienced B pilot looking inside the high B category!
There’s indeed something new over here…

Tested and author of the article is Ziad Bassil (www.DustoftheUniverse.com)


Report by Jürgen Karthe

Pilots: Jürgen Karthe / Ludwig Krey
Retranslated and slightly shortened by Thomas Baumann


At first it seemed impossible to get a the very first Eden 6 of Mac Para in my hands, but the manufacturer and importer in Germany finally made it possible. Here are our first impressions.

Test Site:

Tenerife - to 9 days in crisp January thermals

Processing and design:

The new leading edge of Eden 6 discloses good performance and the line concept is modern and manageable.
The previous Eden 5 was constructed without 3D Shaping. The new Eden 6 has now an optimized profile with this technique. Compared to its predecessor the projected AR has increased a few decimal values (from 5.6 to 5.91). The line concept too has has been completely revised. The Eden 6 now is now a pure three liner.

Risers / Lines

The Risers are narrow belts and tend, because of the used material stiffness, not to twist. On the belts, the different parts are set off by colored markings. Since the red A-lines are contrasting, you have a perfect overview, lying out the glider and in the preflight check. This is exemplary for the safety. The other few main lines are yellow.

Up to and including the middle gallery the lines are sheathed. The upper gallery lines are made of unsheathed Liros. The line concept is exemplary and we have nothing to criticize.

The handles are made of colored material and do not have a grip strip, a feature that is handy for me. They are not adjustable in width, but fit good over the gloves. Between strap and brake-line there is a vortex, which works fine against twisting.

Eden6 - Tenerife

On the risers there are no C-handles whats how ewer, but pulling on the C works just as good. The accelerator has high quality ball-bearing pulleys, so that the whole construction gives an impression being elaborated and of perfect quality.

The only slight criticism is the push-button to lock the handles to the risers. With sand and dust, it could get quite difficult to close because they are very hard locking. But this also has its advantage: the handles are not inadvertently loosening by themselves.
The maillons of the Eden 6 are made of the known triangle carabineers. The lines are held in place by a rubber.
All in all, the risers are perfect and lead into a truly modern line concept.

The cap:

As mentioned before, the Eden 6 comes now with a leading edge with 3D shaping. The leading edge has been completely redesigned: moderate shark nose and profile reinforcing chopsticks reflect a modern, performance optimizing design. Of course, the Minirips of its predecessor at the trailing edge are there too.
The quality of the production is, typically Macpara, very high. All the sutures are very clean and inside the profile. The trailing edge is stitched with a mylar tape.

The wing can easily be packed.

Another new feature is a supplied wing bag, made of durable materials.


As mentioned before, the layout of the glider is very clear, so the start pulling the red A-lines - and the filling performance is as easy as can be.
The Eden 6 starts very easily thanks to the shaping rods. He fills evenly over the whole wing and shows no trend to form a rosette. The inflation is pleasantly smooth. The ascent is moderately fast and evenly until the top.
Here the wing shows no tendency to pitch, no matter how strong or how lateral the wind is coming from. A light brake input holds the wing over the pilot.
The start behavior is exemplary and easy. The Eden was started at week and strong winds, as well as in slight crosswind. Even with a slight crosswind the wing can be started straight and then easily turned into the wind. The lift-off speed was rated by us as average to low.

Eden6 - Tenerife


First: the feeling in flight gives a the great sense of security, an impression which is known from the Eden 5. Starting with the first "airkiss"
we felt relaxed and well under the wing.
The flights showed a very reliable and subdued track behavior in all axes.
The brake pressures is low and the first impression is "not having any pressure at all" on the brakes, since the brakes have almost 30 percent no resistance. But then the pressure is significantly and progressively increasing. Although it gave the impression - the wing does not have much idle breaks, it brakes up progressively. Here, the entire trailing edge of the corresponding side is hinged. The concept is already known from the previous model. The brakes have no differentiated attachment on the trailing edge.

Because of this progressiveness of the brake, the whole wing appears calm and initially somewhat "sedate". The pilot, however, gets used fast to this behavior and quickly appreciates this positively. As a whole, it produces a wonderfully pleasant flight feeling. The pilot can thereby control the wing in a way as he likes, a quality that is very handy and accommodating for the leisure pilot. Are vehement maneuvers needed, you have to briefly pull the brake up to 50 percent in order to produce crisp and athletic moves. In principle, the wing should, however, be flown without brake input, because in trim speed, the Eden 6 has his best glide - a glide that is very good and and easily as good as the top wings in his class.

It's incredibly fun to fly away with the Eden 6. On glides I arrived mostly higher than I had expected before. The Eden 6 "makes meters". The trim speed I averaged is 38 km/h which is not particularly fast, but the distinctively good glide compensates easily the missing 2 km/h compared to the competition.

The Eden 6 takes thermals very well, does not tend to yaw or pitch back. It is easy even in stronger thermals. The Eden 6 shows the core of the thermal moderately but significantly through the risers. During the subsequent roll in, the wing shifts slightly and you have to support him into it. This by proper input through brake and weight. Also in re-centering the thermals, adjustments with input is necessary, because else the wing tries to straiten out. Also, the thermal flight is very relaxed. Entering the thermal the wing nods only moderately and tends not to undercut. Very fast we got "the feeling for the wing" and could top anytime. After a short time the wing then almost was no longer perceived, as it can maneuver very quiet and precise.
The so-called "diging" showed by the predecessor was no longer detectable in the Eden 6.


The profile of Eden 6 is very resistant to collapse. Still, in the partly rough conditions in Tenerife, it happened. Lateral collapses happen without giving big punches to the pilot. They vanish as fast as they arrive.
Sometimes a collapse was merely heard by rustling. Thanks of the big pressure in the central parts of the wing, it is truly very resistant to collapses. No mentionable tucking after collapses could be perceived, nor was there any significant change of course or a big intervention needed to keep the cap on direction. The opening process was quick and cell by cell, usually without affecting the smooth running of the sail.
The Frontstall across the entire front was unremarkable. The wing reopened quickly and without deformations. There were no complications.

Accelerated flight:

The accelerator of Eden 6 can be operated smoothly and the needed pressure is small. From 40 km/h ground speed we managed a speed increase by 11 - 12 km/h roll to roll. This corresponds roughly to the manufacturer's specification with max. 52 km/h. The wing accelerated flies stable and shows not flapping.
The flat polar of the wing fully accelerated, is very enjoyable. So the sinking speed fully accelerated was only 1.3 meters (average).

Eden6 - Tenerife


Big ears are pulled without much resistance from the wing. They are easy to hold and do not "hit". The opening is delayed and uniformly soft - cell by cell.
By pulling the brake, the opening can be accelerated. The decrease of the glide though, is only small - average value was between 0.5 and 0.6 ms. With full acceleration the sink rate came to 2.5 - 2.7 meters.

Spiral Dive:

The Eden & is a feel-good wing. Accordingly, it requires input, if you would like to know him from his athletic side. With weigh shifting and good brake input, the Eden 6 flies sporty and dynamic. These is nothing there to miss!
So the Eden 6 quickly builds a spiral rotation, which can be very well controlled. However, the pilot should be careful with the brakes, because the Eden has a marked tendency to roll out independently. Sink rates up to 10 meters/s were easily to get and to hold. The roll out was easy every time without complication in at least one full circle. It is better to do it in 2 circles, since the wing as described before, has the tendency to roll out independently and then transforms dynamic into high so it can ascend into his own wake turbulence.
The maneuver is although easy to handle. We pilots had a lot of fun, because of the simplicity the maneuver.
B-Stall: was not flown.


The really good gliding of the wing requires adjustments, when switching from older wings, as you, in most cases you arrive higher than previously.
Because of its aerodynamic goodness the wing transforms glide beautifully in high, so flaring is a delight and makes a lot f fun, especially because the wing is very stable in its vertical axis. The stall point was with one wrapping at about one arm length. The stalling occurs softly.


The Eden 6 is a great wing, giving enormous pleasure. Its the "Bird of Paradise" in 6th generation. A switch from Eden 5 to 6 should differ only in the higher performance of the new sail. The new Mac Para Eden 6 has an overall balanced and manageable basic characteristic and provides a great, safe feeling in the flight (fly in peace). Even in turbulent conditions, the wing retains largely stoic and does not detract from the good feeling of flight.
The glide of the Eden 6 is at the top of the current B segment. The manufacturer claims a glide ratio of 10+. This seems to be no dreamy optimism, but is according to our experience, corresponding to the reality.

The Eden 6 is a top modern wing, constructed with value and with a pleasant price/performance ratio.

We recommend the Eden 6 to pilots who fly regularly and often, and have quite a bit of flight practice. Then it does not matter whether you come from the A-Class - or B- or you are just looking for a very comfortable wing for sightseeing. The Eden 6 is designed for longer XC trips.

The Eden 6 should be flown at least in the middle or at the weight limit.


1 cells Packsack
1 Multi-Function Tool
1 T-Shirt

Note of our own:

The Eden was flown by us in direct comparison with other cutting edge B-wings within identical weight class. Direct comparisons are difficult, because of the diversity of the pilot skills. But anyhow, there were no differences in performance in gliding and in thermal flights. The 6 Eden underlined his gentle basic characteristic for the target group of leisure pilots. Of course, the described flight experiences are subjective, but they are written to the best of our knowledge and belief. The review is intended solely as a guide for interested pilots. The report was written by feel-good / and cross-country pilots, independent from companies. The test pilots have a long-standing experience with various B-Class wings and are frequent flyers. If you have questions or suggestions, please let us know: "glider (at) freenet.de"

Jürgen Karthe



Surface Top Leading Edge:Skytex 38 Classic - E25A, 38 g/m2
Surface Top Trailing Edge:Skytex 38 Classic - E25A, 38 g/m2
Surface Bottom:Skytex 38 Classic - E25A, 38 g/m2
Main ribs:Skytex 40 Hard     - E29A, 40 g/m2
Diagonal ribs:Skytex 40 Hard     - E29A, 40 g/m2
Minor ribs: Skytex 38 Classic - E25A, 38 g/m2
Upper lines:Edelrid Aramid/Kevlar
8000U -70 kg; -90 kg; -130 kg
Main lines:PPSL 160; 191; 200


The Eden 6 is manufactured using the paragliding industries well established lightweight material with excellent durability; Skytex 38, from Porcher Sport (NCV). For the supporting and diagonal ribs we use Skytex 40 Hard with “hard finish” coating E29A. This gives the advantage of a sail that is both lightweight and very durable.


Eden 6
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Zoom flat [%]8892.596100104109
Area flat [m2]21.5423.7925.6327.8130.0833.04
Area projected [m2]18.4520.3821.9523.8225.7628.3
Span flat [m]11.2811.8612.3112.8213.3313.97
Aspect ratio flat5.915.915.915.915.915.91
Root cord [m]2.462.582.682.792.93.04
Weight [kg]4.654.955.25.55.856.2
Weight range [kg]*55-7570-9078-10090-112105-130115-145
Weight range [lbs]*121-165154-198172-220198-247231-287254-320
Min. speed [km/h]23-2523-2523-2523-2523-2523-25
Trim speed [km/h]37-3937-3937-3937-3937-3937-39
Top speed (accelerator)[km/h]50-5250-5250-5250-5250-5250-52
Glide ratio+10+10+10+10+10+10
Min. Sink rate[m/s]

 * pilot equipped = weight naked + cca. 20 kg (44 lbs)



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