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    65" Yak wing removal

    I am curious about the wing panel removal on this model. Does the receiver and throttle servo and battery pack stay in the fuse when removing the wing panels? I checked the web site and didn't see how this plane comes apart for transport.

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    RE: 65" Yak wing removal

    The stock setup has the rx, battery, and switch in the fuselage core with the wings being attached just like the GS540P with an aluminum wing tube. However we recently had a customer set his up putting the battery and switch in the left wing panel and using a y harness to connect the aileron channel thus only using one connector for the left wing. Very ingenious idea and I've got some photos which we'll post later.

    Mike
    Mike (Salmon) Pilkenton, Chief Slab Designer
    Ohio Model Planes


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