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Paramotor Tips & Tricks - How to Install a Tachometer on Your Powered Paraglider

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Published on Sep 9, 2014

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Our Paramotor Tips & Tricks videos are becoming some of our most popular. We would like to thank all the customers and fans who take the time to send us video suggestions. As requested by customers, this video demonstrates how to properly install a tachometer on your BlackHawk Powered Paraglider. Mike Robinson thoroughly explains this process in a step-by-step, easy-to-understand format. This method will work for just about every brand of Powered Paraglider, however, if you have any questions regarding installation on your specific unit, please contact us at the number listed above, check with your Paramotor Dealer, or a Certified Flight Instructor.

To purchase a tachometer from BlackHawk Paramotors, please give us a call or click the link below:
https://blackhawkparamotor.com/store/...

If you have ANY suggestions for our Tips & Tricks Video Series, please leave a comment, or use the suggestion form at the bottom of our Tips & Tricks Video website page. The link can be found at the top of this video description.

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*Velocity Paragliders USA is a division of BlackHawk Paramotors USA Inc.


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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