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Guggenmos ESC
 
Gugg-ESC
 
The 2000 Guggenmos ESC glider for Advanced pilots is very quick to rig and can be flat rigged. The twist, washout is manufactured into the leading edges combined with fixed tips and slighty more sweep then other rigids makes for a very stable platform.
 
The glider has the more usual spoilers for roll and a closed loop control system with no nose wires. The flaps split in two, length wise for derigging that enables them to be large, yet not impact on the folding up of the wing. The rib trailing edge junction is quick to attatch as are the fixed tips.
 
Very good roll control, quick to roll in and a little slower to roll out, pitch is light but positive. The landing is no harder then a sky floater. A very easy glider to fly.
 
The ESC XT for Advanced pilots appeared in 2006.
 
Gugg-ESC-02
ESC XT
 
The ESC-C appeared in 2002.
 
Gugg-ESC-03
ESC-C
 
ESC 2001
Wing area: 13.4 m²
Wing span: 12.1 m
Aspect ratio: 11.1
Minimum pilot weight: 70 kg
Maximum pilot weight: 104 kg
Nose angle: 127°
 
ESC 2002
Wing area: 13.4 m²
Wing span: 12.1 m
Aspect ratio: 11.1
Hang glider weight: 32 kg
Minimum pilot weight: 70 kg
Maximum pilot weight: 104 kg
Minimum speed: 42 km/h
Number of battens: 2
Nose angle: 127°
 
ESC-C 2002
Wing area: 12.1 m²
Wing span: 11.2 m
Aspect ratio: 10.5
Minimum pilot weight: 66 kg
Maximum pilot weight: 90 kg
Nose angle: 127°
 
 
 
 


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