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The new Queen2 went through a total redesign compared to its successful predecessor. The goal was to bring another dimension of performance into the EN C class, and we feel certain that this ambitious goal has been reached. The Queen2 excels in many ways, by bringing not only the best performance in its class, but also by being a very well-mannered royal lady in the air. We think of the Queen 2 as a “mid-level” EN C glider which will fulfill and supersede the expectations of any pilots going big in this class.
Preserving the aspect ratio nearly unchanged compared to the predecessor, the Queen2 will inspire confidence in all the variable conditions which you may face during long XC flights.
“The Queen2 is built with one very specific objective in mind; to be the highest-performing EN C wing on the market today! But it wouldn’t be a Triple Seven design if it wasn’t also a true pleasure to fly, and a very easy wing in its class too – just like all our other high-performance models. We increased the number of cells, both to acquire a more sleek canopy shape and in order to build a more complex internal “space frame”. This new internal construction brings the torsion resistance of the wing to a level that makes it super solid above your head when needed. The new internal layout contributes significantly to the improved climbing ability, as well as the ability to convert bumps into energy during turbulent transitions.”
The Queen 2 is purpose-built to win Sport-class trophies in competitions all over the world. The Sports class is the new Serial class for pilots unwilling to accept the risk levels in Serial and Open class competitions, and for these pilots, as well as for pilots wanting to go on big XC adventures, the Queen 2 is nothing short of the perfect choice. In spite of the very high performance of this wing it is still a “solid” EN C wing with no surprises built in.
|Number of cells||73||73||73||73|
|Projected area (m2)||21.4||22||22.9|
|Flat area (m2)||25.3||26||27|
|Projected span (m)||9.9||10||10.2|
|Flat span (m)||12.6||12.8||13|
|Projected Aspect Ratio||4.6||4.6||4.6|
|Flat aspect ratio||6.3||6.3||6.3|
|Glider weight (kg)||5.2||5.8||6.2|
|In-flight weight range (kg)||79-99||95-110|
|Test reports||Test report||Test report||Test report||Test report|
|Line plan||Line plan||Line plan||Line plan||Line plan|
|CANOPY FABRIC CODE|
|Leading edge||Dominico 30D MF|
|Upper surface||Dominico 20D MF|
|Bottom surface||Dominico 20D MF|
|Profiles||Porcher Skytex 40 Hard 9017 E29|
|Diagonals||Porcher Skytex 40 Hard 9017 E29|
|Mini-ribs||Porcher Skytex 40 Hard 9017 E29|
|PPSL Liros, Edelrid A-8000-U|
|RISERS FABRIC CODE|
|Fabric||13 mm Kevlar reinforced Nylon webbing|
|Pulleys||Harken P18mm ball bearing pulley|
As you may have heard, Triple Seven team pilot Marko Hrgetic made quite a splash at the recent Monarca open in Valle de Bravo, Mexico. Marko beat most of the 2-liner CCC wings by coming third Overall in the event – on his new Queen 2 EN C glider. Now we all know that Marko
Marko Hrgetic took a brand-new Queen 2 to Valle de Bravo in Mexico, to fly it in the 2018 Monarca Open. After 6 good tasks in a variety of conditions he ended up in 4th place Overall, smack in the middle of all the 2-liner hotships, and with very many of them behind him. We
Ziad has been working night-and-day to get his Queen 2 MS review ready, knowing that lots of people have been waiting for his verdict. And rather than trying to tell ya’ll what he found, here’s the full text from his own review blog, courtesy of Ziad himself. If you were hoping he’d hate it so that you could strike it off your own shortlist you will be VERY disappointed!