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Old Jun 16, 2011, 02:00 PM
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Originally Posted by khen View Post
I agree, I have the Edge and Yak as well and the Yak is a little easier to learn on. I use the 19g motors with a 8" prop and 2S/360mah batteries on my indoor planes that come in at 6-7oz and they have good power. For the 32" Yak I think I would go with a Blue Wonder (we have them on sale btw) or a Turnigy 2730 from Mike.
I want to build this plane as light as I can, so im going for the same equipment I use for my indoor depron models except the battery and motor. If you say the 19 gram motor is fine then I think I will go with that. I might also try using the plane with a 250 mah battery which is 8 grams lighter than the 360 mah, but I don't think the flight time will be great. My goal is to try get this plane at around 180 grams or less, otherwise I don't think it will be worth it.

Any idea if I have a chance of getting it to that weight ?
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