Specs, test data and other useful information on the Ozone Rush.
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Ozone Rush - Nice Beginner Wing And Just Fun!
Got this wing about a year back and in the most slightest breeze it wanted to go up. The Ozone Rush is a very nice and stable no nonsense wing. Just plain …
Sweet Ozone Rush!
30 hours into flying my Ozone Rush S, I'm finding it very exciting to fly. It's constantly thrilling me with its cheeky 'come on lets go buddy' attitude …
|United Kingdom Pounds||2000||GBP|
|South African Rand||28500||ZAR|
|South Korean Won||3480000||KRW|
|pilot take-off weight||85-105 kg||(188-232 lbs)|
|wing weight||5.9 kg||(13.0 lbs)|
|wing area (flat)||26.7 m²||(287 ft²)|
|wing area (projected)||23.0 m²||(247 ft²)|
|wing span (flat)||11.7 m||(38 ft)|
|wing span (projected)||9.3 m||(31 ft)|
|aspect ratio (flat)||5.2|
|aspect ratio (projected)||3.7|
|min sink||1.1 m/s||(216 fpm, 4.0 kph, 2.1 knts)|
|best glide ratio||8.1:1|
|speed min||22 kph||(14 mph, 12 knts)|
|speed trim||38 kph||(24 mph, 21 knts)|
|speed max||50 kph||(31 mph, 27 knts)|
|take off handling||easy|
|spiral dive entry||easy|
|spiral dive exit||turn continues through 180 - 360 degrees|
|B-line stall entry||easy|
|B-line stall recovery||spontaneous|
|big ears entry||easy|
|big ears recovery||spontaneous, quickly|