TH 24" EPP Mini Crack Yak-55

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TH 24 Mini Yak
$76.99

Description

The EPP Crack Yak Mini is the highest performance 3D and extreme aerobatic small EPP plane on the market! The Mini evolved out of our quest for a small super high-performance plane that could be flown literally anywhere, in any space, yet improve on the over the top performance of the original Crack Yak. Through our extensive design and testing program over the last year we have honed in on the exact wing loading, power to weight ratio and developed the new air frame tweaks needed to excel in this smaller size. The result is going to be the most fun plane that you have ever had!

With the original Crack Yak I wanted to make a plane that wasn't your average floaty EPP 3D plane and really put together something that would be exciting to fly, precise, and very wild and crazy when you wanted it to be. In the design process for that plane we really learned a lot about what happens to air frame tweaks and designs when you scale them down reduce surface efficiency and increase wing loading while you do it. That "research" resulted in an air frame that maximized the effects of its wing loading and had airf rame features that functioned extremely well in an inefficient flat plate small plane world - Chris Jewett  With the Mini we capitalized and exaggerated those design features to make a small plane that will really perform! From the special design motor/esc combo to the trailing edge variable vortex generators every effort was made to create a very high performance, very small pocket rocket!
 
Model Specs:
  Wing span – 24” / Length – 25”
  AUW 90 - 100g
 
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Other Requirements:

  •   Receiver  4 - 6 ch: Link 
  •   2s180/350mah Lipo: Link
  •   Adhesive Glue :   Link

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7 Reviews

  • Posted by David Lalone on Aug 12th 2019

    4

    23 " Epp Mini Crack Yak

    This is great little plane for an evening flight in the back
    yard. I did brace the Fuse some with carbon fiber to keep it from torque twisting.

  • Posted by Hotaman on Jan 2nd 2019

    5

    Love this plane!

    Excellent kit, easy to build. I added some low density EPP triangles to the tail to stabilize it. Without the triangles the extra inches in length (vs mini Pitts) make the tail a little twisty. I also put real wheels on it since I mostly fly gyms with carpet floors and outside.