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    laser 3d

    does anyone know about the laser 3d

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    RE: laser 3d

    yep..I have built two of them. Easy build and a great flying plane. It is prone to have flutter on the elevators, the fix is simple. Descrease the size of the elevator tabs. Also maybe a couple of CF flying wires (like on the funtana). IMO it out performs the UCD and funtana .40. I would consider it a perfect 3D trainer. Thinking back on it I kind of miss mine.
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    RE: laser 3d

    Yep.

    Great flyn plane. I like it better without the wing tips. Builds light and quick. Put a 50 2 stroke or a 72, 63, 82 stroker on it and it will be insane.

    Should be a sub 5 pound plane. Do not fly it fast or you will RIP the tail off it. It is a performace 3D plane, designed to fly, not take a pop.

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    RE: laser 3d

    Great plane, could probably do with more power than the Irv. 53 I had on mine, but so light flying and does EVERYTHING apart from world speed records

    As YNOT says watch 'em elevators, they will catch in long grass if ya ride over a bump
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    RE: laser 3d

    Hi I know its been a long time since this tread had a post but I have just got a built Laser 3D can anyone tell me what the C of G should be please. Cant find out any where.

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    RE: laser 3d

    Zag, I got mine already built from a buddy. The print didnt say where cg is, the manual prob does but I dont have it. I have a 55ax in mine. You can start setting cg about 30% back from leading edge of wing. You can move it from there to your liking. Plane is light,flies light, if youre off a bit it wont be hard to manage like some planes would be. My bud flies it backwards on windy days, its crazy!! A Blast to fly!! Hope this helps.

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    RE: laser 3d

    I have the 55AX in mine as well C of G about 30% and flys inverted hands off, had a problem on an early fly when flutter tore off 1 half of the elevator when a mate flew it to fast, but it still landed as if nothing was wrong, tail end now beefed up.

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    RE: laser 3d

    Hello, I don't want to Hijack any topics, but I need some help.

    My buddy gave me a LASER 200 from Pacific Aeromodels, but the 12mm wing rod is missing. Pacific Aeromodels doesn't answer my e-mail and I can't find a replacement for the 12mm aluminum wing Rod.

    Does anyone know where I can obtain this 12mm aluminum or carbon rod ? Please help.
    Thanks in advance,
    Ken
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    RE: laser 3d


    ORIGINAL: Ken Kehlet

    Hello, I don't want to Hijack any topics, but I need some help.

    My buddy gave me a LASER 200 from Pacific Aeromodels, but the 12mm wing rod is missing. Pacific Aeromodels doesn't answer my e-mail and I can't find a replacement for the 12mm aluminum wing Rod.

    Does anyone know where I can obtain this 12mm aluminum or carbon rod ? Please help.
    Thanks in advance,
    Ken

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