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Yak 55M Schaal Acrobatische Balsa GP / EP 1520mm (ARF)

Yak 55M Schaal Acrobatische Balsa GP / EP 1520mm (ARF)

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Gewicht:
5050 g
SKU:
349000005-0
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De Yak 55 ontwerp was een geheel vermalen ontwerp, radicaal vertrek in het ontwerp van zijn voorganger, de Yak 50. Het werd ontworpen om de strakke, lage snelheid stijl van de westerse vliegtuigen te passen, zoals te zien tijdens de 1976 Wereld Aerobatic Championships.

Het resulterende ontwerp, de Yakovlev Yak-55, was een eenmotorige volledig metalen cantilever eendekker. De piloot zit in een gesloten cockpit tussen dikke, volledig symmetrische midden gemonteerde vleugel van het vliegtuig. De motor is dezelfde 360 ​​pk Vedeneyev M14P motor, zoals gebruikt door de Yak-50. Voor de eenvoud, de Yak 55 heeft een vaste onderstel met titanium verende landingsgestel en staartwiel.

Het prototype Yak-55 vloog voor het eerst mei 1981 werd weergegeven (maar niet concurreren) aan het 1982 Wereld Aerobatic Championships. Tegen die tijd, modes in acrobatische vliegende was veranderd, met de hoge energie aerobatics gedemonstreerd door de Yak-50 weer in de mode, wat leidt tot de Yak-55 door de Sovjet-team wordt afgewezen. De Yak-55 werd daarom vernieuwd en aangevuld met nieuwe kortere overspanning, minder ruimte vleugels en een dunner, maar nog steeds symmetrische aërodynamische gedeelte, waardoor een verhoogde graad van roll en snelheid. De Sovjet-aerobatic team voor het eerst gebruik gemaakt van de vliegtuigen in 1984, toen ze won de World Aerobatic Championship.

In de late jaren 1980, begonnen met een herziene versie van de Yak-55, de Yak-55M, om eisen te voldoen van DOSAAF voor een vliegtuig met verdere verhoogde tarieven van de rol, en om te concurreren met nieuwe ontwerpen uit de Sukhoi ontwerpbureau. De Yak-55M had een nog kleinere vleugel die heeft geleid tot de gewenste verbetering van de roll-tarief. Het vloog voor het eerst in mei 1989 het invoeren van de productie in 1990.

Onze Yak 55M komt bijna klaar om te vliegen met slechts eindassemblage en de installatie van apparatuur die nodig is. De all balsa casco is sterk genoeg om een ​​nitro motor te nemen, maar toch licht genoeg voor elektrische conversie. Wat echt zet dit model is de multi covering regeling, die is bekroond met pre-geschilderde fiberglas motorkap en het wiel broek.

In kunstvliegen, precisie telt. Dat is de reden waarom we een volledige hardware-pakket dat heavy duty roerhoornen, servo arm uitbreidingen voorzien, trek pull kabels voor het roer, en de bal links voor alle oppervlakken hebben opgenomen. Een groot toegangsluik op de romp krijgt u toegang tot elektronica, controleer uw brandstoftank, of wisselen van de batterijen als omgezet in elektriciteit.

Die de Yak 55M is een droom. De lichtgewicht constructie levert een lage vleugel belasting. De grote airfoiled staartvlakken maken het Yak 55M dans over het luchtruim met precisie. Robuuste aluminium staart dragger landingsgestel stelt u in staat om te werken off van ruwere banen zonder probleem. Met alle geweldige functies die we hebben verpakt in dit model, zal de Yak 55M snel één van uw favorieten!

Kenmerken:
• Almost Ready to Fly - Compleet eindmontage, installeren uw keuze van elektronica en energie systeem
• Uitstekende kwaliteit multi-color bedekking
• Tweedelige plug-in vleugels
• Top kwaliteit hardware omvat Spanschroef / kogel-koppeling regelstaven
• Grote toegang romp luik voor het controleren van de elektronica, de brandstoftank, of vervangen van de batterijen
• Airfoiled stuurvlakken
• Robuuste aluminium landingsgestel

specs:
Spanwijdte: 1520mm
Lengte: 1490mm
Wing Gebied: 47.6dm2
Flying Gewicht: 2300 ~ 2500g

vereist:
4+ kanaals zender en ontvanger
5 ~ 6 standaard formaat hoog koppel servo's
0,46-52 tweetakt / 0,70-80 viertakt
ontvanger Batterij

  • Sku 349000005-0
  • Brand -
  • Capaciteit ( mAh ) -
  • Gewicht ( g) 5050.00
  • Lengte 1150.00
  • Breedte 250.00
  • Hoogte 450.00
  • Yak 55M
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I am impressed by the quality,
I'm starting to assemble later this week.
engine becomes the ASP 61 should be enough power
I will return when I have started the installation.
the only thing I saw now was that the cover did not fit in with the color of the upholstery

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I am impressed by the quality,
I'm starting to assemble later this week.
engine becomes the ASP 61 should be enough power
I will return when I have started the installation.
the only thing I saw now was that the cover did not fit in with the color of the upholstery

Got mine about a a week ago, finished building it now. Unlike Sid232, I opted to run only one elevator servo and had to use the optional elevator joiner. A little bit fiddely to get done right, but not very hard if you got some builders experience.

The rest of the airframe went together reasonable well and as far as I could see, there's really no need to go over all the glue joints as they seem reasonable glued. The wing bots might become an issue though, and just like Sid232 I plan on changing them for a tad more beefy ones.

I opted for the G60 with Yep 80A esc running 6s3300 JackPower lipo's to be on the light side, but it looks like I might be a bit tail heavy without extra weight in the front. Possible I'll use a 2sLiFE to power radio gear (Spektrum 7100 receiver, 4 x PowerHD 1201MG servos) strapped to the motor box to balance it out.

The colors are a bit off compared to the picture and the cowling and canopy doesn't match the pink 100pcnt but I'll live with that. I'll do an update when I've flown it, probable this weekend :)

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Got mine about a a week ago, finished building it now. Unlike Sid232, I opted to run only one elevator servo and had to use the optional elevator joiner. A little bit fiddely to get done right, but not very hard if you got some builders experience.

The rest of the airframe went together reasonable well and as far as I could see, there's really no need to go over all the glue joints as they seem reasonable glued. The wing bots might become an issue though, and just like Sid232 I plan on changing them for a tad more beefy ones.

I opted for the G60 with Yep 80A esc running 6s3300 JackPower lipo's to be on the light side, but it looks like I might be a bit tail heavy without extra weight in the front. Possible I'll use a 2sLiFE to power radio gear (Spektrum 7100 receiver, 4 x PowerHD 1201MG servos) strapped to the motor box to balance it out.

The colors are a bit off compared to the picture and the cowling and canopy doesn't match the pink 100pcnt but I'll live with that. I'll do an update when I've flown it, probable this weekend :)

Well received it today and glad to be the first one to write a review. This will be a review about what is in box and a second review after test flight will be posted.

First color differs as in pics, i was expecting a funky hot pink but is actually more a candy purple which is ok tho, overall quality is fairly good, covering is great and paint job is acceptable. Comes with a CD manual, all hardware, servo clips and electric motor adapter, wheels look small for grass (2 inch) so will replace for 3 inch ones. To keep the plane within budget my set up will be as follows.

-TURNIGY propdrive 50-50 580kv 2000watts motor
-hobbyking 100 amps esc
-5v BEC
-5 x corona DS339HV servos (you will need 2 for elevator)
-60cm servo extensions
-probably a servo reverser for second servo in elevator (unless i use mix in my radio)
-2x y harness
-either 15x8 or 14x7x3 propellers
-64mm spinner.
-pilot figure with a max height of 90mm
-powered by 6s 5000mah lipo.

Overall so far happy with product, is a different plane compared to the usual ones around, size id good and looks amazing, i hope i can find some nice decals for it since the included ones are a joke, the only weak point so far for me are the thumb screws for the wings, they are very small in diameter and weak plastic, i will replace for hex metal ones as for 3d wings will be stressed hard.

will start assembling and a flight review will b

verified_user Quality:
trending_up Value:
playlist_add_check Overall:

Well received it today and glad to be the first one to write a review. This will be a review about what is in box and a second review after test flight will be posted.

First color differs as in pics, i was expecting a funky hot pink but is actually more a candy purple which is ok tho, overall quality is fairly good, covering is great and paint job is acceptable. Comes with a CD manual, all hardware, servo clips and electric motor adapter, wheels look small for grass (2 inch) so will replace for 3 inch ones. To keep the plane within budget my set up will be as follows.

-TURNIGY propdrive 50-50 580kv 2000watts motor
-hobbyking 100 amps esc
-5v BEC
-5 x corona DS339HV servos (you will need 2 for elevator)
-60cm servo extensions
-probably a servo reverser for second servo in elevator (unless i use mix in my radio)
-2x y harness
-either 15x8 or 14x7x3 propellers
-64mm spinner.
-pilot figure with a max height of 90mm
-powered by 6s 5000mah lipo.

Overall so far happy with product, is a different plane compared to the usual ones around, size id good and looks amazing, i hope i can find some nice decals for it since the included ones are a joke, the only weak point so far for me are the thumb screws for the wings, they are very small in diameter and weak plastic, i will replace for hex metal ones as for 3d wings will be stressed hard.

will start assembling and a flight review will b

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