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Ozone Fusion V1

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Created by KPSS Used 3 months ago, 3 Nov 2023
KPSS Used
NSW, 367 posts
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3 Nov 2023 4:00PM
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A new wing from Ozone, 5 years of R&D have gone into this project since the idea was conceived. I'll have more info to share on Monday or Tuesday next week.
Its a double surface wing, not for everyone, and aimed particularly at experienced riders who want to go fast, race, and boost, it is not designed to be used in waves.
The design is based around the Flux V1 frame and incorporates knowledge and designs from the ramair paragliding team, the squirrel wingsuits, and inflatable technology.
Stay tuned.

MProject04
427 posts
14 Nov 2023 10:51PM
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In other words stop spending all your precious money till this thing hits the market and the reviews are in.

foilthegreats
522 posts
30 Nov 2023 12:06AM
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No doubt the future of wing design right here.

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airsail
QLD, 1219 posts
30 Nov 2023 4:23AM
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An absolute nightmare to repair, I've done foil kites before but this is next level PIA.

Velocicraptor
507 posts
30 Nov 2023 2:56AM
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airsail said..
An absolute nightmare to repair, I've done foil kites before but this is next level PIA.


Never thought of that. The side with the zipper wouldn't be too terrible, but the other side could be open heart surgery.

dejavu
801 posts
30 Nov 2023 6:37AM
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Jethrow
NSW, 1224 posts
2 Dec 2023 4:05PM
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I can understand when they say it's good for speed and boosting however the double surface should give better lift for less drag, so I though it would make a good light-wind wing? Maybe the second layer and internals adds a bit too much weight for it to be a true light-wind wing? Although in the second video when the guy weighs it he didn't seem to think it was that heavy? I dunno, I like the concept though...

warwickl
NSW, 2163 posts
2 Dec 2023 4:52PM
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I'll let you know

leepasty
311 posts
2 Dec 2023 4:15PM
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Jethrow said..
I can understand when they say it's good for speed and boosting however the double surface should give better lift for less drag, so I thought what it would make a good light-wind wing? Maybe the second layer and internals adds a bit too much weight for it to be a true light-wind wing? Although in the second video when the guy weighs it he didn't seem to think it was that heavy? I dunno, I like the concept though...


From what I understand it needs power to get going so it's not got the low end pump ability of a normal wing

dejavu
801 posts
4 Dec 2023 7:33AM
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