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Franco Bucci
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#1 Posted: 11/30/2009 11:22:22

Can you help me about research of design load or design stress of Laser 200?

I'll like build one, but in Italy for an aerobatic aircraft need these informations .

Tank you very much for every help.

Franco Bucci



Thore Thoresen
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#2 Posted: 12/11/2009 03:37:08

Hello Franco,

Laser 200, which was originally designed and flown by the late great Leo Loudenslager, based on the Stephens Akro, has become a generic term for any mid-wing 4-cylinder aerobatics aircarft. I'm not sure which version you intend to build, but maybe these guys can help you:

http://www.yorkaircraft.com/

 

I'm flying an Extra 230 myself. We use a Lycoming AEIO 390 engine from Monty Barrett giving the airplane fantastic performance. A lightweight midwing with a powerful 4-cylinder engine makes for a delightful airplane.

 

Good luck!

 

- Thore

 



Franco Bucci
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#3 Posted: 12/15/2009 09:07:11

Many tanks Thore,

i have had a contact with York Aircraft and purchase plans of Laser Z 200.

Now my friend Cristian and i are studying plans.

Best regards.

Franco



#4 Posted: 12/18/2009 06:22:04

Hello Thore, 

I'm Cristian a friend of Franco and I would like to ask you a couple of question:

-could you tell me the landing distance required by your extra 230?

-I would like to fly the aircraft at advanced level...do you think it will be competitive?


thank you very much for your precious time


see you Cristian