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Keith Berriman31/07/2019 14:58:08
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Hi Members Can anyone advise me how the wing fits to the fusalage on the above model is it removable for transporting ?? . Very interested in the kit and seen various photos on here


Will it fly on on a 46 two stroke ??

Edited By RC Plane Flyer on 31/07/2019 15:00:55

Alan Gorham_31/07/2019 15:35:34
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From the other thread it looks like the wing is built onto a removable section of the lower fuselage and will just bolt on in the usual way.

It's a 62" aerobatic model....It might fly on a .46 two stroke but will it perform as the designer intended? I'd doubt it.

These people will know and they are friendly:

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Nigel R31/07/2019 15:42:47
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Quite a big fuselage, 62" wing - I'd think 60 to 90 2 stroke, 90 4 stroke?

Keith Berriman31/07/2019 16:30:24
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I have seen Lazer 80 fitted so it looks like it will need a 53/55 two stroke

I am waiting a reply from Balsa Cabin

Nightflyer31/07/2019 22:12:57
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I know of one that was fitted with an OS90 four stroke and had loads of grunt so would think 70 to 90 four stroke and likely 55 to 61 two stroke.

Mike Bell07/08/2019 18:23:56
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I had one of these some years ago. Mine was fitted with an MVVS 90 and wasn't ridiculously over powered. Don't fit anything too heavy though as the wing loading is quite high and if you take liberties the plane will live up to its name. Having said that, if you treat it with respect it was quite a nice aerobat.

The wing is a one piece item held by conventional wing bolts, but the front fixing is a ply tongue rather than dowels, quite neat really.


Keith Berriman07/08/2019 19:11:44
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Had a reply from Balsa Cabin some one had been on holiday

The OS46AX 11 is not big enough

Nigel R08/08/2019 12:59:48
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Couple of Irvine Q72s on ebay at the minute, they'd fit quite nicely.

Or a 1200W - 1500W electric install, perhaps.

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