|Mar 01, 2007, 06:18 PM|
86 inch Yak flies!
I got my League models 86 inch Yak flying this last weekend. It is a sweet flying machine. I only have 2 flights so far but it looks like it will do just fine for having fun in our clubs IMAC electric contests.
Plane weighs in at just under 17 lbs
Motor is a 1521/1.5Y/6.7
prop: APC 24/12
Batteries= NeuEnergy 4900 10S
Full power is 80 amps. First flight showed that it will climb up out of sight doing rolls from take-off. It flies like a big park flier.
|Mar 01, 2007, 06:53 PM|
Looks great, congrats on the new yak. What kind of watts are you seein on your setup? What kind of flight times are you seeing? Thanks for posting such a great looking plane. Now when is that video coming?
|Mar 02, 2007, 01:35 PM|
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