Best low en B for learning

Hello,

I currently use the Gin Atlas 2. However from what I know this is not a wing that does not perform nice SATs, tumbles, etc. What is a good wing to get for a progression in acro. I know a lot of people on this forum say the ozone rush is a nice one to get, any other wings you would recommend? I have heard some of the BGD wings could be nice as well.

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RR187's picture

Thank you! Im wondering if you can tell the difference of this two ENB Acro beginner gliders to a normal ENB one? Is there any big idfference?

jabaker's picture

Video sent direct :-)

WoodysGamertag's picture

I want to see the video too. Post it up. :)

idgh1023's picture

Would love to see some. Send it my way

jabaker's picture

I fly the XS at a little more than 70kg. Seems about right for me in that it still moves pretty slow and gives ample time to correct my mistakes. I have some video if your really interested.

idgh1023's picture

Thanks, what end of the weight range/ what is your wing loading, on the bgd epic

jabaker's picture

I have the BGD epic and like it a lot. Very forgiving to mistakes, especially in that it's quite hard to get it to cravat. Has a nice stable deep stall and heli. Depending on loading it will tumble, though I'm not sure you could get it to go straight over the top. Sat, dynamic sat, and asymetric sat all work well. Misty works good if you shorten the brakes some. Primary limitation are that I can't get it to do coconut spin due to the length of brake travel, and McTwist seem near impossible as well. Back fly is really good but the window might be a bit smaller than other wings. Free brakes recommended.

BlueTheDog's picture

I also use a Supair Leaf loaded at 103-105/105, it's a nice wing.

f_red's picture

Hi,
I use a Supair Leaf (first version) overloaded. The Sat are very nice and the back fly is very easy.