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Lazy Ace Biplane build from coroplast

Old 05-15-2022, 04:02 PM
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Originally Posted by biggy boy View Post
I just picked up a 76 inch Lazy Ace covered in Koverall never flown, figure itís about10-11 years old.
no engine,so Iíve put a 31cc twin gasoline engine on it.
will fly it soon.

I also have a 1/4 scale cub made with 4mm and 2mm coroplast with a 26cc
with a 110 much wing span.

do you think itís worth while putting the ailerons on the upper wing of the Ace?

Glen





In the test stand for breakin
Probably not worth the effort. It has plenty of aileron for a sport flyer.

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