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Paramotor Tips & Tricks - How to Install a Cylinder Head Temperature Gauge on a Powered Paraglider

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Published on Oct 27, 2014

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BlackHawk Paramotor's Tips & Tricks Videos have helped many pilots enjoy this sport to its fullest! In this video, we demonstrate how to properly install a cylinder head temperature gauge on your Paramotor. The installation process is simple, and this method should be universal to other motors on the market. As always, if you have any questions, make sure to contact a Certified Flight Instructor prior to use.

Preventative maintenance comes in many forms. One of them being the incorporation of gauges to diagnose a problem before it starts. In addition to having a cylinder head temperature gauge, a tachometer is highly recommended. These gauges are inexpensive, easy-to-use, and can save you thousands of dollars in repair costs. There are many flight gauges available on the market. BlackHawk Paramotors has specifically chosen these due to their quality, ease of use, accuracy, and affordability. To order yours, please call or visit the website listed at the top of this video description.

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POWERED PARAGLIDING DISCLAIMER:
Powered Paragliding, as with any form of flight, carries potential risks including personal injury, property damage, or death. This sport can be as safe or as dangerous as you choose to make it. All Equipment is not intended for acrobatic or competitive use, in any way, shape or form. Do not purchase equipment or participate in this sport unless you are prepared to personally assume ALL risks. We require you receive professional training from a QUALIFIED INSTRUCTOR before you attempt to assemble, start, use or fly your Paramotor / Powered Paragliding equipment. Self-training greatly increases your chances of equipment and physical damage or death. Beware of purchasing used equipment, Do it Yourself kits, PPG Plans, or anything for sale on online auction sites at under market prices. ALL participation in this sport is at your own risk.

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