I had a chance to fly one of my student's brand new Alex Varv Cors-Air Kangook
Paramotors the other day.
I had recommended it to him as I'm not a big fan of most of the Paramotors out there.
I followed Alex year of trial and error in the design process of this fabulous machine.
The finish and attention to detail on the unit is unrivaled in the industry.
The careful assembly by Alex is visible throughout the machine.
You feel that Alex has put a lot of love into his design
and every one is his proud baby.
The Harness is very well made with a custom flap that folds out to add comfort
on long flights.
The feel on your back is very nice. Launching and getting into
the seat is easy.
The thrust is great and the lack of torque is something manufacturers should study
and incorporate into every machine on the market. The
technology has been there since the 90's so why aren't more PPG makers paying
attention to this issue is beyond me??
Some machines are so bad you can only safely turn in one direction not to mention
running crookedly on takeoff.
The Cors-Air Kangook flies straight like an arrow with no brake correction needed at any
For God's sake if you are copying a PPG frame copy a good one and not ones that
haven't solved this problem.
My hat is off to Alex for his time and research.
Good for you for keeping manufacturing in North
America andhaving reasonable prices.
Great work Alex!
I will be recommending Alex Varv's Cors-Air Kangook models to all my students here at 5500ft in Boulder CO.