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YAK54 EPP 3D档案KIT(35.4in)

YAK54 EPP 3D档案KIT(35.4in)

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Yak54-Kit-EPP
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该Yak54从超级凝灰岩EPP发泡使它成为完美的平面学习或从事三维特技制作。简单的设计使得它快速,轻松地在几分钟内建立。该Yak54 EPP 3D还包括详细的用户手册和完成所需的所有硬件(推杆,喇叭等)。
您将需要4×9克舵机,20〜30安培ESC,22尺寸无刷电机周围1400kv,11.1V 3S前列约800至1300mAh的和你自己的发射器和接收器(TX / RX)来完成这个模型。
规格。
机身长:925毫米
翼展:900毫米
飞行重量:380 - 470克(含电池)
需要:
电机 :22XX尺寸〜1400kv
ESC:20〜30安培
舵机 :4×9克
电池 :11.1V 800〜1300mAh的20C前列
您自己的Tx / Rx
  • SKU Yak54-Kit-EPP
  • Brand -
  • 容量(mAh) -
  • 重量 1158.0000
  • 长度 950.00
  • 65.00
  • 高度 275.00

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great little plane. Replacing my Great Planes EP Yak 55 3D

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great little plane. Replacing my Great Planes EP Yak 55 3D

This is a remarkable airplane. I used a l2210a motor and a 9.5 prop trimmed down on the cord to lower the amp output a bit. I extended the ailerons about 1.1/4". I use metal gear servos , 1000mah batteries and no landing gear . Will do anything . Hover , blenders harriers . punch out with vigor. Or super slow high alpha. Best performance is with low or no wind .

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This is a remarkable airplane. I used a l2210a motor and a 9.5 prop trimmed down on the cord to lower the amp output a bit. I extended the ailerons about 1.1/4". I use metal gear servos , 1000mah batteries and no landing gear . Will do anything . Hover , blenders harriers . punch out with vigor. Or super slow high alpha. Best performance is with low or no wind .

Awsome plane, flies superb, don`t bother with dual rates just max throws on all control surfaces. People are saying one control rod is to short, not the case if you connect furthest back servo to rudder and other to elevator they fit fine.

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Awsome plane, flies superb, don`t bother with dual rates just max throws on all control surfaces. People are saying one control rod is to short, not the case if you connect furthest back servo to rudder and other to elevator they fit fine.

Super als Funflyer. Mit ein paar Leds auch in der Nacht spassig zu fliegen. Qualitt ok.

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Super als Funflyer. Mit ein paar Leds auch in der Nacht spassig zu fliegen. Qualitt ok.

I cannot imagine a higher quality airplane available for the price. Fast shipping and a faster build. Nice and light. Top quality hardware too. Balanced easily per the instructions. First flights tomorrow. Expect it to live up to the Sbach, Hummer and Reakter.

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I cannot imagine a higher quality airplane available for the price. Fast shipping and a faster build. Nice and light. Top quality hardware too. Balanced easily per the instructions. First flights tomorrow. Expect it to live up to the Sbach, Hummer and Reakter.

I love this little plane, it is easy to build, flying it is good for its size, very stable and can fly slow too. Good for learning 3D. I use 2200 MAh battery, but i had to mod it a little by cutting new battery mount on the front top of plane (good CG too) and used cutted EPO to close original battery mount behind the motor.

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I love this little plane, it is easy to build, flying it is good for its size, very stable and can fly slow too. Good for learning 3D. I use 2200 MAh battery, but i had to mod it a little by cutting new battery mount on the front top of plane (good CG too) and used cutted EPO to close original battery mount behind the motor.

Great plane to build and fly - for learning 3D. it is small but still very stable and it can fly slow too. i just love it...

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Great plane to build and fly - for learning 3D. it is small but still very stable and it can fly slow too. i just love it...

just had first maiden flight today, great plane and kit really is top class for under 30. only one complaint is that all four metal linkage wires are the same lenght and one to a bit short so had to cut my own. But still 5/5

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just had first maiden flight today, great plane and kit really is top class for under 30. only one complaint is that all four metal linkage wires are the same lenght and one to a bit short so had to cut my own. But still 5/5

4xHXT900, dLux30A ESC, Turnigy 2830-11 1000kv, SF 10x4,7 (19A static) ORx400,
3s 1000 - 1300 == 505 - 520gr

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4xHXT900, dLux30A ESC, Turnigy 2830-11 1000kv, SF 10x4,7 (19A static) ORx400,
3s 1000 - 1300 == 505 - 520gr

I have owned this plane for a couple of years now and its been through hell and back. Very strong will take alot of abuse, even if you manage to break it, hot glue fixes just about everything. I have had several setups on this and eventually settled on a heavier setup. Hobbyking 30A ESC and a big NTM 35-30 1400KV motor turning a 9X6 Prop (approx 270W). I ended up shifting the receiver to the battery slot at front and cut out the receiver hole larger to support larger batteries. Battery sits very close to cg spot and changes in weight dont affect cg much. I usually use turnigy nanotech 1000mah 3 cell, pulls about 24amp and get about 3.5 to 4 min flights. I have also fitted leds for night flying and usually use 1500mah for that or in heavy winds. After a while I noticed my fuselage had flex in it, fixed it by regluing cf rods in fuselage while holding flat on table. On this setup I have lots of power and motor comes down cool even in hot weather, can fly battery after battery after battery no probs, esc gets luke warm on hot days. For the price brillant plane, very capable 3D flyer but prob not extreme 3d. I find mine hard to hold in hover and very pitchy when upside down, prob my big motor isnt helping, lol. Not really for a learner but if you tamed down controls prob make good 2nd or 3rd plane. Great plane to learn 3d with.

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I have owned this plane for a couple of years now and its been through hell and back. Very strong will take alot of abuse, even if you manage to break it, hot glue fixes just about everything. I have had several setups on this and eventually settled on a heavier setup. Hobbyking 30A ESC and a big NTM 35-30 1400KV motor turning a 9X6 Prop (approx 270W). I ended up shifting the receiver to the battery slot at front and cut out the receiver hole larger to support larger batteries. Battery sits very close to cg spot and changes in weight dont affect cg much. I usually use turnigy nanotech 1000mah 3 cell, pulls about 24amp and get about 3.5 to 4 min flights. I have also fitted leds for night flying and usually use 1500mah for that or in heavy winds. After a while I noticed my fuselage had flex in it, fixed it by regluing cf rods in fuselage while holding flat on table. On this setup I have lots of power and motor comes down cool even in hot weather, can fly battery after battery after battery no probs, esc gets luke warm on hot days. For the price brillant plane, very capable 3D flyer but prob not extreme 3d. I find mine hard to hold in hover and very pitchy when upside down, prob my big motor isnt helping, lol. Not really for a learner but if you tamed down controls prob make good 2nd or 3rd plane. Great plane to learn 3d with.

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