Performance Designs Barnstormer 400 Canopy

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Product Description

The optional canopy on Six Chuter Legend single seat Powered Parachutes.  Meets ASTM standards for Special and Experimental Light Sport. Includes canopy stuff sack and line socks


The Barnstormer was first introduced in 1998 and is designed for the single-seat, Part 103 machine. It is a 400 SQ FT wing that is a blast to fly. It has very crisp turns, yet it is very easy to inflate and has an excellent climb rate.

Performance Specifications:


Technical Data Sheet Fabric Type: Silicone coated 1.1 oz. ripstop nylon Reinforcing Tapes:    3/8" MIL-T-5038 200 lb. min. breaking strength   1/2" nylon 200 lb. min. breaking strength   3/8" nylon 150 lb. min. breaking strength Line Attachment Tapes:    3/4" MIL-W-4088 600 lb. min. breaking strength Threads:   Size E MIL-T-7807 8.5 lb. min. breaking strength   Size F MIL-T-7807 11 lb. min. breaking strength      Suspension Lines/ Upper Control Lines:   Polyethylene “Spectra” - 825 lb. Tensile strength (upper) Lower Control Lines - (red lines)   Polyester - 1,000 lb. Tensile strength Description:   The canopy consists of: 11 cells or chambers with Mylar stiffeners sewn to the leading edge of the ribs, 12 loaded ribs, 11 non loaded ribs, 2 stabilizers, 12 ea A, B, C and D lines, 2 ea. AX, BX, CX, DX, E, F lines, 12 upper control lines, 2 lower control lines (red lines).


Canopy Shape and Construction Method:     Rectangular shape with 11 top skins, 11 bottom skins, 2 stabilizers. Flight Performance Data:     Speed Range - 26 to 30 mph.     Ascent Rate -     Depends on the weight suspended, the horsepower of the engine and thrust produced by the prop.     Descent Rate -     Minimum 10 feet per second @ what weight     Maximum 13 feet per second @ what weight     With a properly executed flare 0 to 4 feet per second     Canopy Size - 400 Sq. Ft./ 46.44 sq. M.     Chord -11.43 Ft. / 3.48 M.     Span - 28.59 Ft. / 8.71 M. -Reduce all weight by 2% per 1000 ft (300M) landing elevation     -Reduce all weight by an additional 1% for every 3º C (5º F) above standard day temperature, which is 15º C (59º F) at sea level. Wing Loading:      This is at the discretion of the machine manufacturer. Wing loading in this instance is defined as the maximum impact of the machine at landing without sustaining major damage to the vehicle, pilot or passenger. It also should not decrease the ascent rate or increase the descent rate beyond the comfort zone of the pilot and passenger.


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