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Moyes Mars
Icaro 2000 Mars
 
Moyes-Mars
 
The 1984 Moyes Mars are very lightweight gliders with docile handling (even for a single surface glider). They have locked crossbars, predating the floating crossbar, and need to be flat rigged because of this. The hang straps slide to the front of the keel when de-rigged and are held to the crossbar junction by a strap when rigged. Failure to connect this strap can prove fatal.
 
Until 1991 ICARO sold, in Europe, more then 3,000 gliders (Moyes models like Mega II, Missile, Mars, GT, GTR and XS).
 
Icaro-Mars
Icaro Mars
 
The Icaro Mars hang glider was from 1986 for novice pilots.Lovely simple glider, very easy take off and landing, great sink rate at trim. A little too heavy in roll for comfortable flying in rowdy conditions, otherwise a good first or fun glider.

 

Moyes Mars 150
Wing area: 14.6 m²
Wing span: 6.6 m
Hang glider weight: 22 kg
Nose angle: 120°
 
Moyes Mars 170
Wing area: 15.75 m²
Wing span: 8.84 m
Hang glider weight: 24 kg
Maximum flying weight: 122 kg
Nose angle: 125°
 
Icaro Mars 150
Wing area: 14.6 sq.m
Certification: DHV 1-2/SHV
Pilot weight: 50-80 kg
Wing span: 8.84 m
Nose Angle: 120 deg
Price (1998) £ 1190
Aspect ratio: 5.3
Hang glider weight: 19 kg
Packed length: 5.2 m
Packed length short: 3.3 m
Number of battens: 16
 
Icaro Mars 170
Wing area: 15.75 sq.m
Certification: DHV 1-2/SHV
Pilot weight: 60-110 kg
Wing span: 9.57 m
Nose Angle: 125 deg
Price (1998) £ 1190
Aspect ratio: 5.8
Hang glider weight: 23 kg
Packed length: 5.5 m
Packed length short: 3.75 m
Number of battens: 14
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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