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Old 11-24-2018, 06:54 PM
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Default The all new T-One Models Yak 130 Jet.

T-One models Yak 130
1/5.5 Scale
Length 82.6
Wing 72.8
Weight 18 Lbs with gear and pipe

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Old 11-25-2018, 05:02 AM
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They will start test flights soon, will post more information as we receive.
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That looks good, quite a nice size too!
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T-One has flown the Yak and the prototype flew very well, The factory will make some minor changes and continue to flight test...

Looking to be a great jet!

Video soon!
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T-One has flown the Yak and the prototype flew very well, The factory will make some minor changes and continue to flight test...

Looking to be a great jet!

Video soon!
It looks great. What size engine do you think. I love that T-one is doing different sized models instead of just giant sized
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Short videos up on the Pacific RC Jets Facebook page..

Sorry, RCU is not working for me right now....
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Originally Posted by Digital Pilot View Post
Short videos up on the Pacific RC Jets Facebook page..

Sorry, RCU is not working for me right now....
Is that 18 lbs painted with pipe, tanks and gear?

Thx in advance
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Originally Posted by Digital Pilot View Post
Short videos up on the Pacific RC Jets Facebook page..

Sorry, RCU is not working for me right now....
Any idea of what they are looking at for a price yet?

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Originally Posted by Digital Pilot View Post
Short videos up on the Pacific RC Jets Facebook page..

Sorry, RCU is not working for me right now....
Could you post a link to the Pacific roc Facebook page please? The one on your site doesn’t work for me
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Originally Posted by Mikey5547 View Post

Could you post a link to the Pacific roc Facebook page please? The one on your site doesn’t work for me
https://www.facebook.com/Pacific-RC-...3713473348294/
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YAK-130 Pricing is now available on our website!!

https://pacificrcjets.com/collection...18297603719264
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Nice assortment of schemes available. Looking forward to seeing a build thread on this one.
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Pray tell what is the exhaust diameters ?

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What engine size are thinking for this?
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What engine size are thinking for this?
Recommended engine is a K160
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Recommended engine is a K160
So the first post in this thread says this weighs approx 18lbs with gear and pipe. Another 2 for turbine, and possibly another 8-10 with servos and fuel onboard. So total weight of about 30 pounds. So it wouldn't fly on a k120?

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Originally Posted by sirrom View Post
So the first post in this thread says this weighs approx 18lbs with gear and pipe. Another 2 for turbine, and possibly another 8-10 with servos and fuel onboard. So total weight of about 30 pounds. So it wouldn't fly on a k120?

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Yes, It will fly with a K120

K160 With all ordinance (Most Drag)
K120 Without
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Originally Posted by Digital Pilot View Post
Recommended engine is a K160
Thanks for the reply. I have a JC 160 so should be perfect
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I should have my Yak130 soon and will be doing an build manual on it as well. The plan is to use a K160.
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Originally Posted by sirrom View Post
So the first post in this thread says this weighs approx 18lbs with gear and pipe. Another 2 for turbine, and possibly another 8-10 with servos and fuel onboard. So total weight of about 30 pounds. So it wouldn't fly on a k120?

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Contrary to popular belief, you do not need a 1:1 or more power to weight ratio to fly jets. I used a K120 to maiden the T-One 1/4.75 Hawk 100 that had the tip missiles, under wing missiles and drop tanks. The Hawk flew fantastic as I'm sure the Yak will fly just as good. We have customers flying the T-1 28-31lbs flying weight with K-100 off grass fields. I'm sure you will find many others flying less than a 1:1 PTWR.

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Originally Posted by flejter1 View Post
Contrary to popular belief, you do not need a 1:1 or more power to weight ratio to fly jets. I used a K120 to maiden the T-One 1/4.75 Hawk 100 that had the tip missiles, under wing missiles and drop tanks. The Hawk flew fantastic as I'm sure the Yak will fly just as good. We have customers flying the T-1 28-31lbs flying weight with K-100 off grass fields. I'm sure you will find many others flying less than a 1:1 PTWR.

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I am not arguing that you need 1:1 to fly the jets..I have a 20 pound bobcat that flew well on a 12 pound turbine. I asked the question because DigitalPilot recommended a K160 for this jet which seemed a bit much. He clarified that with all the armament that you 'need' a K160. I love the looks of this jet and am seriously considering it once I see a few fly, but just wanted the clarification on what he recommended.

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Originally Posted by sirrom View Post
Dirk,
I am not arguing that you need 1:1 to fly the jets..I have a 20 pound bobcat that flew well on a 12 pound turbine. I asked the question because DigitalPilot recommended a K160 for this jet which seemed a bit much. He clarified that with all the armament that you 'need' a K160. I love the looks of this jet and am seriously considering it once I see a few fly, but just wanted the clarification on what he recommended.

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Pat we should have one at Florida jets this year. Should have the new F22 also at Fljets. PacificRcJets will be showing off lots of great new planes this year! Its going to be fun!
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Sorry if I caused any confusion guys. The need for the K160 was mainly due to the large amount of stores that hang from this bird. They are big, bulky and draggy thus the need for the bigger engine to keep the performance to par.

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