RAM Air Intake

The RAM Air Intake system is based on the inward orientation of the air inlets in the profile so that they allow an optimum internal pressure at all angles of attack.

The result? Having greater internal pressure means better buffering of turbulence, greater consistency of the profile shape across the speed range. Excellent handling at low speed is achieved by allowing the pilot to extend the braking limit, so there is a lower risk of collapse and consequently, greater control and stability.