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Laco LACO-125


The LACO-125 is a sturdy two-seat biplane that is easy to fly yet very agile. To aid the builder, there are no castings, forgings or other difficult-to-build or obtain parts. The fuselage is a Warren truss type of chrome-moly tubing with wood formers and stringers. The wings are conventional two-spar construction with wood ribs and chromemoly fittings for strength. This homebuilt derives its designation from the use of a 125-hp Continental in the prototype which is interchangeable with the 145-hp engine. The weight distribution of the LACO-125 is such that larger four-cylinder powerplants can be substituted.


The first, N1KN, was flown on 29 May 1977.


Engine: Continental C-125, 125-hp
Wingspan: 22’9”
Length: 19’6”
Gross Wt: 1400 lb
Empty Wt: 860 lb
Fuel capacity: 24 USG
Top speed: 124 mph
Cruise: 113 mph
Stall: 56 mph
Climb rate: 900 fpm
Range: 325 miles
Seats: 2





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