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Dec 10, 2009, 06:20 AM
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Need xact c of g for yak one-meter

Hi second hand Yak is all set up ready to go now. Swapped the nitro engine for a brushless motor and set all rates etc all i need now is to know the exact C of G to make sure it as a good chance of survival on its maiden flight...I love this plane and dont want to damage it over something so stupid as taking off tail heavy as i have done with so many other models in the past..
You guys have been a great help with informing me on what type/size motor to fit...
Has anybody got the exact centre of gravity measurement for this model...I know its ABOUT one third the width of the wing but want to get it spot on...I will not be flying 3D (unless its vail heavy and that wont be on purpose lol) just going to fly sport or normal for the moment

I am looking to give it its maiden flight on saturday if possible so need help ASAP...thanks in advance
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Dec 10, 2009, 11:24 AM
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why not call the mfg.?

Phone: 562.906.0808 (8:00am and 3:30pm Mon-Fri Pacific time)
Fax: 562.906.0820
Mail: CERMARK, 9830 Bell Ranch Dr, #101, Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
Dec 11, 2009, 05:35 AM
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just thought somebody might know on here. Cant phone united states on my mobile will cost me a land line here..

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