This is the Radio Controlled, Electric Powered, Almost Ready to Fly|
Laser 200 Flatty 3D Aerobatic Airplane from Tower Hobbies.
Designed by Team Futaba member and R/C legend Frank Noll.
For flying indoors in large areas such as basketball courts,
or outdoors only in very light wind conditions.
For intermediate to advanced pilots.
Construction: Depron flat sheet foam with factory applied trim scheme
Wing: One piece
Landing Gear: Wire with two 1.1" (29mm) diameter foam wheels
Building Time: Approximately 3 hours
Laser 200 Flatty 3D Aerobatic Airplane with Landing Gear, Hardware
Package and Instruction Manual
Brushless Motor: Ountrunner type such as the Rimfire 250, GPMG4502
Electronic Speed Control: 8-10A
Radio: 4-channel with micro receiver, and three micro servos
(1-each ailerons, rudder and elevator)
LiPo Battery: 2S 7.4V at least 350mAh
Propeller: 8x3.8 Slo Flyer
Buyilding and field equipment
Wingspan: 33.5" (850mm)
Length: 33" (840mm)
Wing Area: 261 sq in (16.8 sq dm)
Weight Range: 5.6 - 6.4oz (160 - 180g)
Wing Loading: 3.1 - 3.5oz/sq ft (9 - 11g/sq dm)
Center of Gravity (CG): Directly over main spar, or up to 3/8" (10mm)
ahead of spar, or up to 1/4" (6mm) behind spar
Control Throws Normal 3D
Elevator; 1" (25mm) 17° 2" (51mm) 35°
Rudder; 1-3/4" (44mm) 27° 3" (76mm) 51°
Ailerons; 1-1/2" (38mm) 24° 2-1/2" (64mm) 42°