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Baby Lakes vs. Acrosport II

flyingfool

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What kind of support is there for the Baby Lakes? Does the Baby Lakes meet LSA requirements. I know it does for top speed and weight but what about stall speed?


I'm considering doing a one hole version of the Buddy Baby lakes. But I don't want to be building something with ancient or non existant support.


Seeing no topic or area for the Baby Lakes a design that's been out there for decades on the "Bi-plane foum" doesn't enhance my confidence.


I really want a Christen Eagle but that is completely beyondmyfinancial capabilities. I really love theAcroSport II but I was thinking that a baby lakes would get me good training for a lot less cost.


But other than the engine, would the baby lakes take that much less time and cost than just starting out with an acro II?

 

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