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H-King (PNF) Yak-11 Commemorative Russian WW2 Warbird EPO 1450mm (57")

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H-King (PNF) Yak-11 Commemorative Russian WW2 Warbird EPO 1450mm (57")


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The striking H-King Yak-11 is an impressive 1450mm wingspan scale RC plane that has impeccable handling characteristics and looks stunning in the air. It is available in two color schemes, an authentic commemorative Russian WW2 scheme, and a colorful, racy-looking fantasy air races scheme. The differences do not stop there though, both have different power trains, one for torque, and one for speed.

This version of the Yak-11 is based on a full-size that currently flies in Germany, the color scheme honors the French units that flew for the Russians in WW2. As mentioned above, being the warbird version it is supplied with a power train that has been developed for more torque. Using a 6S LiPo pack, the powerful and reliable H-King power system gives top speeds approaching 100mph, and the vertical performance has to be seen to be believed. Big, scale warbird maneuvers are a dream to fly with the amount of torque and power available, and the rolling maneuvers are very axial. Impress the on-lookers with slow scale-like flypasts with flaps and the wheels down, or fast, low strafing runs and pulling up into a half Cuban eight or a similar maneuver. The Yak-11 in this commemorative color scheme looks fantastic from all angles when flying or when sitting on the ground.

The H-King Yak-11 has a lot of outstanding features including CNC machined fully functioning oleo struts with gear doors, LED landing lights, and navigational lights (a full list of features are below). Both versions come "Plug N Fly" with motor, ESC, and high power metal-geared servos factory installed. Construction of the Yak-11 is the popular strong and tough EPO foam, and it also has scale working split flaps, and a servoless retract system.

All that is required to get your Yak-11 Warbird flying is a 6ch radio system, some foam glue, and a 6S 5000~6000mAh 50C+ LiPo battery with an XT90 connector.

• PNF with servoless retracts
• CNC machined fully functional all-metal oleo struts with gear doors
• LED Landing and navigational lighting system
• Quick connect wing servo connectors
• Powerful and reliable H-King power system gives speeds of up to 100mph
• Landing gear configured for grass operations
• Authentic commemorative Russian WW2 color scheme

Type: H-King (PNF) Yak-11 Commemorative Russian WW2 Warbird
Wingspan: 1450mm (57")
Length: 1300mm (51")
Flying Weight: 2900~3100g (103~110oz)
Motor: 5052-410KV brushless outrunner
Propeller: 17x10
ESC: H-KIng 95A brushless w/XT90 connector
Servos: 6 x 12~19g high power digital metal gear

1 x 6ch (or more) Transmitter and Receiver
1 x 6S 5000~6000mAh LiPo battery w/XT90 connector
Glue suitable for EPO foam

Please note: A copy of the building manual is available under the Manuals/Files tab above.

  • IC/2:Elec Electric
  • Motorsize(diam-or-cc) 50.00
  • Wingspan(mm) 1450.00
  • Length(mm) 1300.00
  • Official HobbyKing Flight Review of the H-King PNF Yak-11
  • H-King Yak-11 Commemorative Russian WW2 Warbird Flight Review by Stuart Warne RC
  • Unboxing and Building the H-King Yak-11 Commemorative Russian WW2 Warbird
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Andy | Verified Buyer

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Such a shame

Feb 27, 2022

I cannot give this plane a good review because of a major problem. I have flown it six times, and three times the blocks which the undercarriage are screwed into have ripped out of the wings. This has broken one of the retract servos and hobbyking have no stock of spares. These were not hard landings. After last time I glued the blocks in with epoxy, so maybe next time they will hold. Very disappointing as otherwise this model is very robust

Winggs88 | Verified Buyer

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Over all a nice plane

Feb 23, 2022

Nice large plane hope hk keeps parts in stock. Easy flyer dont have alot of flights on it yet

Martin | Verified Buyer

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Great but got flaws

Feb 14, 2022

First of all I love that Hobbyking came up with such an iconic model.
However, there are a few disappointments with the delivered model:
Landing light bulb is missing ...
Decals are attached in a rather messy way (e.g. the red star on the horizontal stab is inverted :/ as if it was a flying circus)
Tail wheel push rod is way too short ...
What is very nice though is the arrangement of the battery compartment, including the preinstalled holder for the receiver.
However, I can push the 6s battery as far in front as I want ... finding the right CG still seems a challenge ...
All matters that can be resolved, leaving these annoying details aside its a great iconic warbird!

Victor Saliba aka Wotfour Vic | Verified Buyer

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Yak-11 Russian colour scheme

Feb 07, 2022

I bought this model after the Petrincic bros review for my 55th birthday present. It was shipped from Hobby King on Tuesday and arrived on Friday. I was home anxiously waiting for the delivery man. It was also my 1st 6s prop driven aircraft.
I soon started putting it together, what a joy, no trouble, it went together without a hitch. I had a brand new Futaba Rx 8ch paired with my Futaba 14SG Tx. I was so enjoying myself with the build that I forgot that I had a haircut booked. The quality of the model is very good. It had some minor dents probably caused at the factory since the box is very strong and protects the model from the shipping handlers. Nevertheless I was ecstatic with it. By Friday evening it was ready for the radio setup.
On Saturday another couple of enjoyable hours to setup the controls and make it ready to fly for the next day since the weather was very promising.
Sunday morning came and I had 2 Nano Tech 6s 5000 mAh Lipos fully charged. I was at the airfield alone at 7.30am. I fly at the 'Malta Model Aircraft Flying Association' at Ta' Qali (Ex RAF WWII aitfield).
Eager to get it into the air I plugged the battery, checked that everything works and in the right direction and off it went. The take-off was a non event, leaving the ground at 2 thirds throttle stick however full power was applied just in case. I immediately noticed that it needed some weight at the front as it was tail heavy. Some down trim solved the problem temporally. I was enjoying myself when time came, after 6 minutes, to land the aircraft. I lowered the gear and the flaps. They are big and slow the model that much that I had to add some power to keep it coming since I was afraid that it will stall. Since it was tail heavy, I had to input down elevator to keep it coming and just before touch down, at about 4 inches from the ground, the left wing dropped ripping the left undercarriage, scratching the left wing tip and the cowl's bottom. I was very disappointed since I had planned to do 6 flights that day. The left retract box, made of plastic, came out of the wing without damaging the wing. A kind friend of mine who has a 3D printer came to the rescue. He offered me that he was able to print an exact replica of it and that's what he did. Instead of 1 he printed 2 boxes, so now I have a spare one. I bought some underside matching acrylic paint from a local Model Shop and after some minor adjustment it was glued to the wing. The 2 boxes have cost me Euro 5.
Two weekends later after the mishap the model was ready to fly once again. Preparing the model for the 2nd maiden, 60 grams of weight have been added inside the cowl and another 10 grams to the right wing. I also knew that for landing full flaps are not required. On Saturday 15th of January I did 5 beautiful flights with it, making me a very happy man.
After this success I highly recommend this aircraft to skilled pilots which flies beautiful, fully aerobatic and have presence both on the ground and in the air, but watch out for the touchdown, it might bite you, keep some speed. If required, do not hesitate to add some weight to the nose, it's a big model.
Good luck with yours and happy landings- Victor from Malta

Lucky | Verified Buyer

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Feb 02, 2022

I ordered the Swiss J-3 cub, liked it so I ordered the Yak-11. On my cart it showed both the cub and Yak-11. I took them off my computer, started again to only order the Yak-11.
Problem #1 To my surprise a few days later I received another order for both the cub and Yak-11. I have tried all last month to get in touch with Hobby-King to return these two other orders!
Your web page for return orders is completely useless. I have not been able to get through to send these two EXTRA planes back to your firm. I am very upset that I cannot get a REAL person to talk with about this problem.
Problem #2 When preparing my Yak-11 to fly the servo for rudder control was not working! I had to find another small servo to replace the bad one. I finally got that fixed and hope to fly my Yak-11 soon.
How about giving a person a more simple way to contact your firm. Your self help web page sucks!

Customer files
H-King (PNF) Yak-11 Quick Setup Guide Download [1]
H-King Yak-11 1450mm PNF High-Res Instruction Manual Download [8]
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