The MagMax 2
This all-new design includes significant upgrades in durability, comfort, and ease, with massive improvements in the areas of launch, landing, and in-flight agility.
The MagMax 2 is based on the Magnum 3, which is a completely new, “ground-up” design. A unique internal structure saves weight and increases lifespan, effectively decreasing the cost of the wing to the professional pilot.
The aspect ratio has not been increased. Because ease of use and passive safety are critical in tandem flying, there have been no compromises in areas of comfort and safety. The MagMax 2’s performance gains are the result of a cleaner leading edge, higher cell count, and optimised line layout (13% drag reduction), all resulting in improved glide ratio and min-sink.
A new internal structure and carefully engineered material combinations have reduced the weight by 700g compared to the MagMax, without sacrificing strength. Increasing the lifespan of the wing was a primary design goal – this has greatly reduced the cost-per-flight, of the wing.
An obvious benefit of reduced sail weight is improved launch behaviour. No-wind inflations – even with the trimmers in the slow position – are incredibly easy. The slow trim setting allows a slower take-off speed in a shorter distance for easier launches, and better overall sink rate and lighter brake pressure for easy flights. In stronger winds the MagMax 2 is simple, the wing inflates smoothly with no sticking points and without the tendency to overshoot.
A new arc and tension straps have vastly improved the handling, making it beautifully balanced in the air. Parasitic roll has been reduced, for an “on rails” feeling on glide. Like all of our latest-gen wings, we focused intently on the perfect combination of roll and yaw response delivered through light and precise brakes.
A powerful and easily accessible flare was a primary focus. There is no special technique required: the MagMax 2 “pops” up in the flare, creating lift and killing forward speed. Even with novice passengers at max load in imperfect conditions, the Mag Max 2’s landing is simple.
Designed primarily for foot launched tandem paramotoring, the MagMax 2 can also be used with lightweight trike units. Certified EN B in both 38 and 41 sizes, the MagMax 2 is suitable for experienced, qualified tandem pilots.
|Number of cells||54||54|
|Projected area (m2)||32.1||34.7|
|Flat Area (m^2)||38.2||41.2|
|Projected Span (m)||11||11.4|
|Flat Span (m)||14.1||14.7|
|Projected Aspect Ratio||3.8||3.8|
|Flat Aspect Ratio||5.2||5.2|
|Root Chord (m)||3.37||3.5|
|Glider Weight (kg)||7.21||7.69|
|Recommended PPG Weight Range (kg)||110-185||130-220|
|EN Certified Weight Range (kg)||110-265||130-300|
|Load Test 8G||237 kg||237 kg|
|Load Test 5.25G||360 kg||360 kg|
|EN / LTF||B||B|
- Top Surface Cloth: Dominico 30D / N20D
- Bottom Surface Cloth: Skytex 40 easyfly
- Rib cloth: Dominico 20D_32 / Skytex 40 hard
- Upper lines: Edelrid 8000U
- Midlines: Edelrid 7343 / Liros PPSL
- Lower Lines: Edelrid 7343
Standard Colours: PWKH, AOKL, RKWO