Hobbyking NAMC YS-11 Twin TurboProp Fiberglass Kit
NAMC YS-11 Twin TurboProp Fiberglass Kit
The only successfully manufacturerd commercial airliner in Japan. The YS-11 was produced at around WWII by Mitsubishi Heavy Ind. and Fuji Heavy Ind.
Now you can have your own piece of proud Japanese history with your very own YS-11.
Built from Fiberglass, laser cut ply and balsa and requiring two 28 series outrunners of 1,600kv or greater.
This is a very unique model that you usually wont see at your local club. Remember to use a Japanese accent whenever describing the model to others, taxiing or landing this model.
Model includes landing gear and all hardware.
Wing Span : 1200mm
Length : 965mm
Wing Area: 18dm2
Model Weight: 1300g
Servo: 5 x 9g (Not included)
Motor: 2 x 26~28 series Brushless outrunner 1600Kv or higher (Not included)
ESC: 2 x 30A (Not included)
Your own TX & RX
2 x 26~28 Brushless Motor
2 x 30A
Battery (About 2200mAh)
I like this plane alot! I would buy it if hobbyking stocks it in their USA warehouse. There are few videos of it on youtube and it appears to be a very good flying plane. It looks like a convair 240 turboprop conversion.
Here's one , looks like it fly's really nice :popcorn:
No shortage of Airlines or Miltary schemes for the "basher".
I am having a build issue. It would appear that there is a discreptancy between the manual and the main gear. The directions show a mount to plug into, but there is none. Any advice would be appreaciated. See pics and 1 page PDF attached. There are no other parts included with this model as far as mounting the gear.
i just ordered one of these beauty's. been eyeballing it for awhile, & apparently they've dropped the price quiet a bit. so i grabbed one. im planning to install some retracts. plan to run 3 and 4cell batts. and im thinking 28-36 1250-1450kv motors. id also like to run counter props. theres not much info about this bird, so please post your thoughts & ideas.
I'm thinking ...."sloper" for one o' these . Any others out there thought or done same ? Also thinking same of their Airbus and Dreamliner, too .
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