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    RE: Lanier 94" Yak help

    Name a price that will make it worth my time to box and cover shipping, I'm not loooking to get rich.
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    RE: Lanier 94" Yak help

    I have the original ones still in package. I never put pants on my Yaks, If interested let me know. That tail wheel is awsome it is half the price of Ohio Superstars haigh style.
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    RE: Lanier 94" Yak help

    http://abellrc.com/Custom%20Landing%20Gear.php
    This link should be able to get you what you need, I hope.
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    RE: Lanier 94" Yak help

    I actually went with the outboard location for the aileron servo. It measured up to be the closest to the center of the control serfice. One thing I will gripe about just a little is the hard point...
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    RE: Lanier 94" Yak help

    Now does the engine have sooooo much power that one tree would not hold? So you chaned it to the other. Any how their should be no load on the bolts now since the prop is gone, I would not be...
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    RE: Lanier 94" Yak help

    First I have to point out that this the way I build my planes, it may not be the way everybody else does it and I don't care! In the pics you will see how I lightened the canapy floor, single servo's...
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    RE: Lanier 94" Yak help

    I have no problems at all with the single servo setup using hs 5955's, each servo has over 20 pounds of tourque. Look at the new hanger 9 Sukhoi it was designed that way.

    My all up weight is...
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    RE: Lanier 94" Yak help

    I have mine done and put about ten flights on it now. I went a lot different than all on this thread. First is power I used my 3w 75I with a 24x8 3w prop. Hitec 5955 servos every where but the...
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    RE: Prototype H9 Sukhoi 26

    Mike I know you intended this plane for the da 85. I have a older 3w 75i, do you feel this engine will work ok or is the 85 that much better. I have been waiting for a 33% Sukhoi for a while to put...
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    RE: GREAT PLANES YAK 54 BUILD THREAD

    If you want to simplify things go to your local Napa and get bonded washers. I use these on all my planes. It is a washer with a oversized hole and rubber fused to the back side. I am sure all will...
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    RE: GREAT PLANES YAK 54 BUILD THREAD

    I would think it would work just fine. A guy I fly with has a Goldberg Obsession with the 1.60 in it. That is a great combo and much lighter than the yak.
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    RE: GREAT PLANES YAK 54 BUILD THREAD

    yes on a 20x8, even better on a 21x8 bolly.
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    RE: GREAT PLANES YAK 54 BUILD THREAD

    OH yah, I flew mine on a fuji 50 with great results. It was my favorite plane to fly, way better than my Wild Hare.
  14. RE: Great Planes 25% Yak 81" 12-lb, seen on Fly3D Magazine

    My yak balances on the aft most cg, I think that is something like 5 and 5/8 inches. It is perfect almost no input needed for inverted flight. It has no adverse effect on flight, lands like a dream....
  15. RE: Great Planes 25% Yak 81" 12-lb, seen on Fly3D Magazine

    Flyman

    I had two 5945 's in my yak both on the elevator. The one failed from a defect, the other looked good. The recess for the plastic gear pin was egged out from assembly. The plastic gear...
  16. RE: Great Planes 25% Yak 81" 12-lb, seen on Fly3D Magazine

    FLYMAN:

    the 5945 was replaced by the 5985. The 45 had no bushing to support the gear on the top case. The 85 has a brass bushing doing this job. The problem seemed to be poor alingment on...
  17. RE: Great Planes 25% Yak 81" 12-lb, seen on Fly3D Magazine

    I do not denie your trouble, just wondered what failure accured. I have seen many people not tighten wing bolts or even over tighten the nylon ones. This resulted in the head breaking off. I am sure...
  18. RE: Great Planes 25% Yak 81" 12-lb, seen on Fly3D Magazine

    Not trying to start a war but what was the failure that Great Planes should responsible for? I lost my first Yak last spring when a elevator servo failed in the neutral position. It was in high alpha...
  19. RE: Great Planes 25% Yak 81" 12-lb, seen on Fly3D Magazine

    This is the switch I use for that same purpose, I have had no problems with it. I'm not sure of the ones you have selected but I would imagine it is the same?



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    flyman1948

    I am not sure of the exact numbers but I flew mine with a very tail heavy setup and it flew very well. Rather than add wieght, you can move your engine ahead a little and gain a...
  21. RE: Great Planes 25% Yak 81" 12-lb, seen on Fly3D Magazine

    For my radio operated kill on all my planes, I use the engine kill function on my radio. It simply closes the throttle butterfly and the engine quits.
  22. RE: Great Planes 25% Yak 81" 12-lb, seen on Fly3D Magazine

    Tesla,
    I'm glad I can help. If you have any other questions let me know. I also use the big JR switch with charge jack on all my stuff, and I fly Futaba. On the ignition battery make sure the...
  23. RE: Great Planes 25% Yak 81" 12-lb, seen on Fly3D Magazine

    Anything to help out our service man! Here is the link for the pilot http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin/wti0001p?&I=LXPRN7&P=7 I like the wood props better they are a little lighter and allow more...
  24. RE: Great Planes 25% Yak 81" 12-lb, seen on Fly3D Magazine

    The Fuji specs are funny, the 50 is weighed with a steel muffler the 43 has an aluminum one. with a aluminum after market muffler the 50 is lighter, but keep in mind I do not have a 43 to weigh just...
  25. RE: Great Planes 25% Yak 81" 12-lb, seen on Fly3D Magazine

    As I said, I have the fuji 50 in mine with the reveiver and batteries in the aft mount. one rudder servo and two elevator servos in the tail. my cg is at or just behind the aft location. It flies...
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