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Yak 54F 3D ARF

by E-flite (EFL2125)



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Key Features

  • Extreme precision and 3D aerobatic performance indoors and outdoors
  • Based upon 4-time TOC champion Quique Somenzini's gas-powered Yaks
  • Foam A-frame fuselage offers less flex and twist for precise control
  • More stable and capable of flying outdoors
  • Includes 6.6:1 gearbox and 12 x 6 propeller
  • Flown by Quique at the 2004 eTOC

Needed To Complete

Brushless Motor
Brushless ESC
4+ Ch Radio 
3 or 4 Sub-micro Servos
Long Servo Arms
4+ Ch Receiver
Li-Po Battery
Li-Po Charger
Foam Safe CA

Shop Supplies:
-Square
-Hobby Knife
-Ruler
-Small Phillips screwdriver
-Paper Towel / Tissue
-Hot Glue Gun
-Pliers
-Foam-safe CA
-Tape
-Hex Wrench: .050", 3/32" 
-String
-T-pins

Overview

From the fertile imagination of 4-time TOC winner Quique Somenzini comes E-flite's Yak 54F 3D ARF. Featuring Quique's unique 3-dimensional A-frame foam construction and flat-wing design, the Yak is an extreme electric model capable of a broad assortment of thrilling precision and 3D aerobatics. Key to its intricate maneuverability is its lightweight A-frame fuselage, which reduces flex to provide precise control. It's also stronger and stiffer than typical profile planes, which allows for more stable performance, even in windier conditions, so that a seasoned pilot can still attain his aerobatic potential outdoors. From high-speed rolls to super-slow harriers, the Yak's smoothness and precision provides a wider range of performance than any other foamy out there. A gearbox and prop are included and for optimum performance, the Yak 54F should be flown with an E-flite Park 370 brushless motor (EFLM1000), 20-amp ESC (EFLA311) and 1320mAh 3-cell Li-Po battery pack (THP13203S). For a direct-drive alternative, try the Park 400 Outrunner series (EFLM1305).

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