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Old 10-15-2007, 06:02 PM   #1
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I am looking to buy a Katana or a Yak giant scale air plane from CMP as any body flowm theses planes are they good kit do they fly ok i need information Scott :
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Old 10-15-2007, 08:22 PM   #2
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i know don at brightside hobbies sells them..he evn has a few he's been flying give him a call!..he could help!

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Old 11-30-2007, 05:08 PM   #3
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i have two cmp airplanes and the workman ship is excellent.
the C160 flys great,but i would suggest you have lots of up on the elevator to start with and use the trim.i use 2-la 25s for power.
im working on an AT6 texan and the workman ship is also excellent,but you would have to buy the retract as suggested,the retracts from robarts wont fit properly.
give me a call and ill try to help you out.
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i have had lots of thier planes and all where good for what you pay. i had the 140 size Yak GOD rest its soul. i flew it with an os160 used a 18x6w this is not the prop for this plane. i went to a 16x10 and this worked real well. the plane needs speed to fly. the plane is really nice fiberglass fuse loved it . it does come in a bit heavy (13lbs 5oz) but it flew really well as a sport plane. i then put a MOKI 180 in it with a 18X10 and this thing ROCKED it balances perfect with either one of these motors. NOTE 160 i moved all the way out on the supplied rails and had to put 6oz of lead in the nose and the Moki180 i had it at the end of the rails but removed all the lead.

still miss the plane.

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