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    will it work

    a vpp on a yak54f and if so what is the best way to go .

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    RE: will it work

    thanks for no help on last 3 post by spec36 flat line tread __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ .

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    RE: will it work

    Sorry, man, but do some research. Look at what motor people are using on this plane, then find a comprable hollow shaft motor. It's not that complicated. It'll take some work to get mounted right, but there's no reason it wouldn't work.

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    RE: will it work

    thanks Ryguy I have been looking for two weeks and im lost i run a 400outrunner now on the yak54f .. not sure what is the best way to go the plane is @ 13.5oz . wish i could see pics. of how someone setup one and is the motor inside or out ? it would be easy on one of my f3a but would like to set it up on the yak thanks for the reply first one I got ... tryed in the vpp and video and so more but maybe i did not look enough

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    RE: will it work

    I think that with the right setup, the VPP on that aircraft should work. Just take a look to the Byp Yak of QQ and you will notice that he is using the new e-flite VPP and a 370 outrunner....

    I have the AXI 2212/34 hollow shaft and I have problems running my Ikarus PPS, so I asked if someone know what setup quique is using and here is what a RCU member said:

    [link]http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_4186502/tm.htm[/link]
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    RE: will it work

    You should look into the Mamo-models VPP. It's due in May, and can be used on any outrunner. Hoerver, it only has a 9-in. prop. It'll be distributed by Horizon.

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    RE: will it work

    thanks i found more info to and found pic.s now i got to learn how to set up the tx i saw the other tread on that... sorry for post #2
    and i would like to get one of the new bypyak


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