Sorry but this is some bullshit.
When you have ANY form of torque compensation other then aerodynamic (motor speed based) you can only set exactly one point where you have no tendency to go right or left.
a) shift your risers (bars) to one side. This is like you would sit in the corner of a seat.
b) alter your risers height. By sitting level you pull on one side more.
This leads to a counter force (it’s rather a momentum) for the one produced by your Propeller.
Free flight requires no compensation at all, full throttle produces quite a lot of torque.
Most paramotors are setup to have a nice level flight, so in reality the wing will pull to one side when idling and to the other when giving full throttle.
I fly acro myself, that’s why i want to have a neutral setting. Scout does it well and i’m just concerned that one of the most forwarding pieces of ppg equipment has no aero-compensation.
Of course you can do acro with a “normal” paramotor harness, but one side will always have more energy.
My question was and still is:
a) Was aerodynamic torque comensation ever considered or will it be considered in the future.
b) Can i get straight bars so i can do my own aero-compensation.