LIGHT IS RIGHT!
Why is weight so important?
Strapping into a light weight, well balanced, and "right" powered paramotor is essential to achieving consistent launch success and reducing fatigue and back pain. For years pilots were forced to choose between light weight / low power or powerful but crushingly heavy and difficult to maneuver machines. Over 7 years ago, Laurent Fourgeaud created Air Conception with a passion to engineer a paramotor that achieves all desirable aspects: power, lightweight, ease of use, reliability, and transportability. Since then, they have carefully engineered the highest power to weight ratio paramotors in the world without compromise in safety or reliability. Weight reduction is achieved by using materials not found in typical paramotors, including titanium, carbon fiber, and magnesium. The Nitro 200 entered the market in October 2015 smashing Air Conception's own bar again, generating 165lbs of thrust on a machine weighing just 42.6lbs, and has proven to be an amazingly reliable paramotor and capable of over 500 lb all up weight tandem flights!
Low weight also means less required thrust, lower fuel consumption, a smaller and lighter glider and ease of transport. In flight, it feels powerful, alive and nimble. Years of passionate design have produced refinement and a unit that is also strong, reliable, simple to work on, comfortable, economical and user friendly. Anyone that has previously flown a typical 55 to 80 lb paramotor cannot contain their joy after flying one of these machines!
Photo Credit Robert Kittilla
Nitro 200 Owner James Stumpf's Impressions
TWO CHASSIS OPTIONS- AVIATION GRADE ALUMINUM OR GRADE 9 TITANIUM
Listed weights include everything but the gas
Nitro 200 "Delta" Chassis
This lightweight chassis is constructed of T6 aluminum and beautifully powder coated. It has very good mechanical strength, a very comfortable SupAir harness w/reserve chute mounting, 3K carbon fiber spars and seat board, carbon fiber prop and option of either the Ultimate 130CC or the Nitro 200CC motor. Standard configuration includes titanium weight shift arms. This frame is designed to meet the budget minded pilot who still enjoys a reliable and high power to weigh ratio machine that is both aesthetic and ergonomic.
Nitro Specs Here
"Nitro 200" - pull start/belt drive(44lbs): $6,895
"Delta Nitro 200 E-Start" - belt drive (47 lbs)- $7500
"Delta Nitro 200 E-Start/Clutch" - Clutch-belt drive (47 lbs)- $7800
NEW - "Delta Nitro 200, XL Aluminum Frame, E-Start/Clutch" - 160CM cage, larger frame, 150 CM Prop, MORE THRUST: $7800
Nitro 200 Titanium "Race" Chassis
Made of G9 titanium (50% lighter than stainless steel), this robust frame is only 5.5lbs. It features 16mm narrow profile titanium tubing through out and ergonomic cantered design for improved flight dynamics. Includes comfortable Supair harness, 3k carbon fiber spars and seat board, carbon fiber propeller. Standard configuration includes titanium weight shift arms. The cage is is a very stiff 16MM thick titanium, and the entire frame and cage have a matte polished finish.
Nitro Specs Here
"Nitro 200" - pull start/belt drive(42lbs): $7,945
"Nitro 200 E-Start" - electric start/belt drive(45lbs): $8,445
"Nitro 200 E-Start/Clutch" - electric start/clutch/belt drive(45.5 lbs): $8,745
All models custom soft-bag to hold cage, spars, and propeller. Units breakdown in less than 5 minutes and can easily in the trunk or backseat of your car!
- Reserve Pocket integrated into harness: $120
- Titanium Acro Rated Swingarm Bars: $125 upgrade, $375 as
- 10L Bladder Fuel Tank: $25 upgrade, $150 as separate
purchase, see video of bladder tank here
We have over $50K in parts on the shelves, ready to ship same day, no problem! We are a full time company with service center, parts, and several full-time employees.
Air Conception How to Guides and Reference Material
Click here to find "how to" videos, Nitro Quick Reference Guide for new owners, inspection and operators manual