The engine must be started only in a clear, safe area. A suitable place is a recently mown lawn, free of dust or anything else that could be drawn in by the propeller.

In order to avoid polluting the wing with oil from the exhaust and to aim the propeller airflow towards a clear area, it is better starting the engine first before attaching the wing.

Check first, either by sight or by touch, all the parts that may move, unfasten, or unscrew because of engine vibrations. Due to many unpredictable situations that may occur, it is almost impossible to set up a standard check-list for every pilot. We strongly recommend your develop your own procedure and checklist.

Whenever starting or running your paramotor, please excercide extreme caution and awereness.Check for anything that could hinder the safe operations of the engine!

Before each starting: