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TH 32" EPP Crack Yak-55 Gold W/ HD Landing Gear

$90.00 $72.99
(You save $17.01)
Crack Yak Gold Standard

Product Description

The Crack Yak-55 was designed with Twisted Hobbys Team pilot Chris Jewett for the pilots wanting the most extreme flight characteristics in a profile EPP 3D model now with HD Landing gear included!   This model is the pinnacle for newer pilots and 3d pilots wanting to excel in the hobby.

With the newest design concepts for EPP construction this bird was made to be built fast and out last the competition.  Pre-hinged constructions along with new truss design makes the Edge one of the fastest EPP models in its class to built yet keeping the tail section rigid for precision flying. 
Model Spec's:
  Wingspan = 32"
  Length = 31"
  AUW = 7.2oz with LG (weight with 2s 25c 450mah)
  See Pdf manual link and power combo link below.
Recommended Required Components:
  2x 5g servos (rudder/elevator)
  1x 9g servo (ailerons)
  Out-runner 23-30g 50 watts (flange mount)
  Esc 10-12 Amp
  2s 450mah lipo battery
  8x4.3 or 9x4.7 prop
  Welder Adhesive Glue

PDF Manual

HD Landing Gear Manual

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  1. A Ton of Fun in a Few Ounces! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Oct 28th 2016

    Wow. This 32 inch Crack Yak is a blast to fly! THe build was easy and fun. I maidened it in 12-15 mph winds and it was F-U-N!!! Easy to fly on 2S, a little screamer on 3S. Does all 3D maneuvers well. Best of all, I have no fear because it is EPP and I am into it for under $125. The perfect plane to hone your 3D skills. Just set the throws and expo to your liking and have at it. I have my eyes on the TH Veloxicty next.

  2. Yak-55 Lots of Fun! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Sep 8th 2016

    I've been flying my Crack Yak-55 for two years. Talk about Fun!! It's a great 3D and aerobatic trainer. Truthfully I have never crashed my Yak-55 but members of my club have really put them in the ground while honing their skills. The resilience, repair-ability and flying ability make the Yak-55 a winner in my book!

  3. still going 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Aug 27th 2016

    Having owned now 2 of these Crack yak's. I can say they are very hard to kill. These are thick at 10mm and stronger them my lite series which are 8mm thick. My first yak has hundreds of flights and doesn't want to die even though its starting to look ugly lol. Plan to try fpv setup on the older one since its already starting to get heavy. Also I like the newer hardware versus the older wood and z bends. My new kits has the newer hardware and its seems much better with no slop in the controllers.

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