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1980 TOC Laser 200 by Ulery

Old 08-13-2017, 03:01 AM
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Default Laser 200 plan?????

Dave, by some chance do you still have the link for the Laser 200 plan of Wayne Ulery, I hope you do my email address [email protected]
Thanks very much regards Andrew. form Tasmania
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Default Laser 200 Plan Wayne Ulery 85" Wingspan

Hi Guy's looking for a plan can anyone assist?
I have a partly built model of Laser 200 designed by Wayne Ulery 85" wingspan, the wing has been built as one piece the fuzz is partly done with no tail feathers and there seems a lot missing to complete.

Regards Drew..
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Laser 200 - Giant Scale - RC Planes - Plans - Air Age Store

Laser 200 - $110.00 : Laser Design Services

I think those two links should cover all your needs!
Good luck with the rest of the build!
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This thread seems to have died! Thought some of you might like to know this kit has been revived, by Carolina Custom Kits. I am receiving this 33% Laser any day now. I am currently flying an Andrew Jesky 105 in. It shows little resembelemce to the actual Laser 200, but itís apparently IMAC legal (no one is complaining) and probably flys better! Iím doing this new one because of weight, since Iím electric only. The AJ model requires about 9 lbs of battery for one IMAC flight, all up weight is over 30 lbs. itís approx 36%. My goal for this new one was 20 lbs. but will probably come is at 22 lbs. Will finish in the Bud Light scheme. From what I can tell, itís from the same plans as the Ulery design.
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Thanks, Dale. This is great news. My 1988 Laser weighed just under 18 pounds with a 3W-60 (displacement limit at TOC then) before two pounds of 5% nitro/alcohol fuel would be added.
The bare airframe with wheels and no monokote was spot on 7 pounds, and should easily be electrified at under 20 lbs ready to fly. That engine and muffler weighed 6-3/4 lbs by itself!
I keep thinking about electrifying the old airframe sitting in the corner.
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Dean Pappas
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Mine is safely stored away with a ST 2500 in the snout I have a Moki 2.15 that would fit nicely but perhaps that will be several years away if ever.
I do intend to fly it again, Dean must have notes I could only remember mine weighed around 18 pounds.
Sparky
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Here is the new Carolina Custom Kits 33% laser 200- All laser cut wood kit with Fiberglass pants and cowl, Plastic canopy and carbon fiber gear and wing tube..
Power - RCGF 70CC twin
Guidance by Graupner MZ24-Pro & Graupner servos
battery power by Pulse 2S 3600 mah on ing. & radio
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Very nice, Scott!
Dean

P.S. Sparky, it amazes me the random a**ed things that I do remember, and it amazes my wife the things that I forget!
take care!
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Originally Posted by PatternPilot




Here is the new Carolina Custom Kits 33% laser 200- All laser cut wood kit with Fiberglass pants and cowl, Plastic canopy and carbon fiber gear and wing tube..
Power - RCGF 70CC twin
Guidance by Graupner MZ24-Pro & Graupner servos
battery power by Pulse 2S 3600 mah on ing. & radio
How difficult is it to get the cowl over the RCGF 70CC with the mufflers on? Have any video of that beauty flying?

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No video sorry, flying my first IMAC contest this weekend with it.
cowl slides right over, no issues.
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Originally Posted by JeffH
Anyone know anything about the old MK Laser 200 kit?
I bought the kit in the early 1990's and powered it w/ a Super Tigre 90. It was a fantastic flyer at less than 10 lbs., had a WS of about 72" so it was just under 1/4 scale. Everyone at the flying field loved its performance. Wish someone would produce the kit again.

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