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why dont airtec make a wingsuit cypres?

 


Newbie  (C License)

Aug 23, 2002, 5:16 AM
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why dont airtec make a wingsuit cypres? Can't Post

something that fires at low altitude say 750ft if it detects a fast (say 60mph) horizontal speed and a relatively slow vertical speed (say 50 mph).


SkydiveMonkey  (B 102345)

Aug 23, 2002, 5:39 AM
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How will it detect forward movement?


fudd  (C License)

Aug 23, 2002, 6:20 AM
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Maybe wearing a student cypress safer when it comes to wingsuit flying.
-Wingsuitwhuffo


tomblin

Aug 24, 2002, 5:05 PM
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Kim @ Birdman claims that if your unconscious in a Birdman suit you'd be traveling fast enough for an Expert Cypres to fire. So assuming this is true (for the sake of arguement) would the only reason for having a "Birdman Cypres" be to prevent idiots from unknowingly flying the suit into the ground???



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