No compromise for safety: the Mojo will always be a Mojo. However, the Mojo3 represents the greatest leap in performance that has ever come to the LTF 1 / EN A/B category.
Our mission was to achieve much higher levels of performance to create the most appealing entry level wing available in the market.
The wing remains visually similar with the same amount of cells, the same airfoil, and the same aspect ratio. We had no desire to improve the performance by compromising the safety, accessibility and forgiveness of the Mojo2.
The first improvement is a 10% reduction in total line drag, with new diagonals to reduce line consumption. Their positioning, type, and size were carefully calculated to minimize the changes in the sail tension.
The overall line length has been shortened to help inflation, ground handling, and roll reduction.
The brake diagram is revised for a more progressive brake action. The handling is even more natural, the turn more instinctive, and yet it remains very forgiving to imprecise inputs.
New Planform: The lift distribution along the span has now changed to create a more uniform feel from the canopy through the risers. The Mojo3 is smoother, more coordinated, and better balanced.
Drastic drag reductions have been made to the trailing edge to increase glide performance. New partial ribs have greatly reduced the thickness, resulting in much higher efficiency.
New Cell Openings: The size and shape is changed in order to optimise airflow in this crucial area, yielding a smoother handling and a perfect feel at trim speed.