Il full size Yak-52 è un velivolo da addestramento primario sovietico che per primo ha volato nel 1976 ed è ancora in produzione in Romania da Aerostar. Lo Yak-52 è stato progettato in origine come un addestratore acrobatico per gli studenti in Unione Sovietica, ma ora è molto ricercato dai piloti acrobatici in tutto il mondo.
Avios ti porta una bella 1.200 millimetri RC vola modello in scala di uno dei yak più rappresentativi sulla scena air show. Una brillante design senza colla richiesta arriva con tutta l'elettronica pre-installati, solo che necessitano di un sistema di batterie e radio per completare. I colori mozzafiato del Dipartimento Funzione Yak significa che questo modello è che piace sia in aria che a terra.
L'tutte alettoni frise caratteristiche schiuma replica in scala EPO stampati, lembi di divisione, si ritrae completamente in metallo e una pale pale splendida scala. Con la qualità di essere più importante per il team di progettazione a Avios, ogni modello viene controllato singolarmente in fabbrica per assicurarsi che soddisfa gli standard di qualità rigorosi. Il Avios 1.200 millimetri Yak 52 non fa eccezione. Poiché si tratta di un modello plug and fly, la maggior parte del lavoro è stato fatto per voi. L'intero modello può essere montato e pronto volo in circa un'ora.
Se siete dopo un modello che gira la testa al campo, vola come è su rotaie ed esegue acrobazie senza soluzione di continuità, il Avios Yak 52 merita un posto nel vostro hangar.
• Plug and Fly - Installare ricevitore, batterie complete di carica assemblaggio finale e volare
• cellula EPO completamente modellato
• baldacchino magneticamente protetto / sportello della batteria
• Lavorare carrello retrattile con tutte le parti metalliche
• pale pagaia Scala
• No colla richiesto, tutto il bullone insieme la costruzione
Apertura alare: 1.200 millimetri
Lunghezza: 980 millimetri
Servi: servi 9g x 6
Motore: 3648 Brushless Outrunner KV680
ESC: Aerostar 40amp Speed Controller Brushless
4S 14.8V 2200 ~ 3000mAh 30C LiPo Batteria
Trasmettitore 6 canali e ricevitore
I have all the Avios planes and they all fly very nicely. The Yaks are the best as they are lighter. Flys great on just a 4 cell 2200 pack (anything larger will not fit anyway)
The retracts have held up well on my grass runway but good landings are required.
It is also possible to land with the gear up and the wheels are able to still rotate in that position. The yaks have awesome power with the stock prop. I agree with all the quality issues but when you know what to expect it is easy to customize a little. The tight ball links just need a slgiht shaving with an exacto to clean them up. I was able to use the pcb board connection without too much difficulty.
Not a beginner model, needed some extra glue on the ailerons. nose retract easily damaged. Recommended battery requires trimming of underside of cockpit. Flies well but hard to see which is the point of the camouflage.I'm very happy with this purchase, but that requires some explaining. I got it on a very good sale, slightly over 100, so that made the time spent modifying it worth while. It has a few issues you MUST CORRECT before flying. 1) The aileron hinges are not glued in properly. Pull them out and re-glue them. 2) The canopy tends to pop out in flight. Use the magnets provided for the cowl, and add them to the canopy. (You do not need the magnets in the cowl.) 3) Some retracts are unreliable, so test well before flying. Mine happen to work just fine. (They are noisy.) 4) The wing wiring connect board is crap. Do not use it. Buy some servo splitter wires and use them instead. It will require four, I think. They do not need to be very long. 4) Lastly, it is NOT POSSIBLE to achieve proper CG with the battery in the designed location. NO NOT FLY with the battery there. Instead, move the wires and the receiver to the battery area (over the wing), and move the battery forward. Cut some foam. I also cut out the plywood battery deck, and make a new battery deck forward. (I'll take a picture of mine and put it in the files.) Do these things and you will have a VERY NICE flying plane. Good luck.I bought this plane when it was on sale with some hesitation on the quality of it. But man HK proved me wrong again - AWESOME PLANE AND AMAZING FLIGHT ENVELOPE
I followed the review by RCINFORMER and setup was lovely and smooth
Great plane to buy and fly - very very happyReally nice looking model and seems well thought out - the cowl removes easily to reveal the motor and the scheme shows off the lines well and is well applied. there is room for more scale size wheels so another plushave now fallen in love with this plane having had to replace the nose gear after 5 flights as it just stopped working. Luckily landing gear was half price and a very simple swap out/in. Replacement has performed flawlessly over last 20 flights and original mains still going strong. Great performance out of the box with 40C 2200 4S, takes of nicely with one stage of flap and floats in sweetly to land with full flap but keep alittle power on until the flare and touch down on the mains first to protect the nose gear. Great all round flyer for sport, aerobatic or scale flying - well done Avios.A missed opportunity. Great looking plane with too many flaws. Mine has most of the problems mentioned on other forums. Retract problems, Wing halves are different shades of blue and look stained, Aileron hinges all loose requiring the removal and re-gluing of the wooden hinge pins (dangerous). Yet the plane still looks good when together and with a suitable pilot added to the nice canopy. Such a shame that the quality control is awful in my case. Hobbyking customer service have asked me to send the problem parts back but I can't really be bothered as the wings are not in stock and the retracts are poor anyway. Will just fly as is.What an outstanding little plane. Very simple assembly. I usually modify most planes, including ARF's and PNF's, at least a little bit, but the only mods this one needed belong to my own wiring choices. Fly's brilliantly out of the box. Nice work Avios.Nice alternative to the one with the Hobby King logo all over it.Bought last week on the mega sale and flew for first time today and like the Durafly models, this one needed no trim adjustments, just set all straight and it flew straight and stable. I am using Zippy Compact 2700mah batteries and to get the GofG as per the instructions, I moved the battery forward 2.5CM and added about half an ounce of lead to the front of the cowling. Plenty of power and climbs vertically to legal height on 90pcnt throttle.
The only downside to the kit is that the wing mounted connectors do not have markers so a bit of trial and error for ailerons and flaps. Retracts are OK as they have extender cables and are the futaba colour. Did have a problem with one wing retract where one of the micro switches jammed on and they stopped working, but reomoved it and freed the switch then added a touch of WD40 and all perfect now. Maybe quality should only be 4 stars!
Pricing was great as I bought it in the sale.