Air Conception Nitro 200 QuickStart Guide

Nitro 200 Assembly Video: https://aviatorppg.com/air-conception-videos

Oil: Pre-mixed 40:1, synthetic; AMSOIL Sabre and Motul 710 are recommended, using other oils may void your warranty.

Fuel: 89 Octane and above ethanol-free gasoline. AVGAS is not recommended.

Spark Plug: BR10ES hot weather, BR9ES cold weather. Gap set to 0.4mm.

Carburetor Settings: It is critical that the carburetor settings be checked prior to running the engine. Carb settings any leaner (leaner meaning turned further in that stated below) will damage the engine and void all warranties.

LOW: Unscrewed 1 full turn from closed position. HIGH: Unscrewed 1 full turn from closed position.

Note: Warranty is void if carb settings are leaner than these settings or piston shows signs of overheating. (White surface on piston)

Idle speed: 2100 - 2200 RPM Max RPM: 7400-7500 RPM Priming:

Motors without a Prime Time: Blow into the fuel vent line in order to pressurize the fuel tank; the fuel tank will expand and "pop" when pressurized [motors with a bladder tank, simply squeeze the bladder tank]. While maintaining pressure, depress the center of the diaphragm on the carburetor for approx. 2-3 seconds, or until approx. 3cm of fuel have traveled through the main fuel line into the carburetor.

Motors with a Prime Time Installed: Open the primer line shutoff valve. Slowly squeeze primer bulb 2-4 times. Close the shutoff valve.

Starting Procedure: Only attempt to start the motor on your own back or while on a motor stand. For electric start motors, never continuously run the starter for more than 2-3 seconds, and allow the starter a 10 second cool- down in between starting attempts.

Reserve Side Pocket Mounting: Ensure the bridal is ran on the OUTSIDE of the swing arm.

Break-in Procedure: The Nitro 200 has already had an initial break in run at the factory. There is NO NEED to run 33:1. Please run the mixture 40:1. After receiving your new motor run it for 15-30 minutes on the ground at various power settings and you are ready to fly. The first 3 flights must be less than 20 minutes each, and full power should not be used except momentarily during the first 3 flights. Check the spark plug condition after each of these first flights for any signs of overheating.

Electric Start Nitro Battery Information: You must charge both batteries prior to use with provided charger. If battery appears to be losing power during operation, charge before next use to extend life of battery. Avoid operation below 20%, as running the battery dead will prevent further use, and is not covered under warranty.

Hang point Locations: Approximate settings from the end of the swing arm bar to the bottom edge of the hang point collar are recommended as follows:

Primer Bulb Installation: See https://aviatorppg.com/air-conception-videos

Belt Tensioning Procedure: Seehttps://aviatorppg.com/air-conception-videos Retighten belt at 10 and 20 hours (belt will stretch as it breaks in)

Torque Specs:

Head Bolts: 10 Ft lbs. (verified every 10 hours/more often if possible).

Spark Plug: Tightened until crush washer is compressed.

Propeller: Hand-tight with Allen Key using a cross pattern.

Carb Pop Of Pressure: 15 psi - 18 psi.

Exhaust Flange Bolts: As tight as possible, recheck frequently.

Contact:

Aviator Paramotor Phone: 1-833-PARA-FLY Kyle@AviatorPPG.com

Nitro 200 Quick Start Guide

140-160 lbs.

160-180 lbs.

180-200 lbs.

200-220 lbs.

220-240 lbs.

6.5 in.

6 in.

5.5 in

5 in

4.5 in

This quick-start guide intended to assist new owners in the expedient set-up of new motors. For further information, please reference the Nitro 200 Owner’s manual, or contact Aviator Paramotor for further assistance.

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