TH 32" EPP Crack Laser PRO "USA"

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TH Laser Pro USA


Presenting the Crack Laser Pro!  Built with thin but rigid and durable EPP foam, extensive carbon fiber bracing and reinforcement, and world-class design, the Crack Laser Pro aims to be the most precise, stable, and sharp small freestyle airplane the world has ever seen.

The original Crack Laser was a precision freestyle monster, designed to take advantage of everything the "Lite" construction had to offer.  With the advent of RCFactory's Super Lite construction, new avenues were opened for performance of Twisted Hobbys offerings.  Not just a re-casting of the Crack Laser with Super Lite construction, every line, moment, and area of the Crack Laser Pro has been breathed upon to take full advantage of the lighter weight, better aerodynamic properties, and increased rigidity of this build style.

Equipped with a proven and bulletproof power combo (including metal geared servos!), the Crack Laser Pro is simply breathtaking in the air.  It combines a huge speed range with lightning quick aileron response, zero-rock harriers, and of course, dead true knife edge.  Despite its low wing loading, it never feels sluggish.  The Crack Laser Pro is gentle and forgiving for newer pilots while remaining extremely satisfying to freestyle hot shots.
  Wingspan = 32"
  Length = 31"
  AUW = 140-160g w/ LG
  2x 4-7g servos (rudder/elevator)
  1x 9g servo (ailerons)
  Out-runner 19-22g 40-80 watts (flange mount)
  10-12A ESC
  2s 360-450mah lipo battery
  8x4.3 Prop

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8 Reviews

  • Posted by Larry on May 19th 2020


    Laser Pro

    This is supposed to be an indoor plane, but it flies great in anything up to about 10 mph. It is very stable - not twitchy at all ! Add a stiffener where the battery Velcro goes. Feels flimsy, but desnt want to crash. Just be careful carrying it !

  • Posted by Larry Kunz on Mar 31st 2020


    Laser Pro

    First flight today. 2s 450mah battery. Flew great in 5 to 10 mph wind ! It does feel very fragile in the hand - haven’t tried crashing it yet.