Paladin Industries


Paladin Industries

New for 2000 from Paladin Industries is the Paladin SPARROW. The Sparrow is a lightweight (145 pounds), Part 103 compliant single seat powered parachuted designed with all of the features and technology of larger ppc's!

Unique to the Sparrow is the TiltBar HANDSTEERING. This is the same style of steering found on most trikes. Ground steering is also the same as on a trike, the nose wheel is push left to go left - right to go right. The throttle is located on the trike bar, it is lever across, that is pull in with your fingers to accelerate, release to slow down. Other features on the Sparrow include in-line shock struts, and a four-point harness. Maximum payload 250 pounds, power is supplied by a 30-hp Hirth F-33 engine.

The Sparrow uses a "High Pro" chute of 370 sq. ft. According to the factory the kit is a bolt together unit and should take about 30 hours to assemble with simple hand tools.

For more information contact:
Paladin Industries, Inc.
7300 N. US Route 130, Bldg. 13
Pennsauken, NJ 08110

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