When it comes to giant scale aerobatic excitment, the new Hangar 9 Composite Yak 54 QQ is ready to rock the winner’s circle! We got the inside scoop first hand at the Toledo show during our interview with Hangar 9’s Colton Clark. This 100cc aerobat is ready to put on a show — check it out!
- Designed by Quique Somenzini, the Composite QQ Yak 54 2.6m is an updated version of his Yak 54 he became famous for
- All-composite construction provides a light and strong airframe to suit the demads of modern unlimited pilots
- Center-pivot hinges allow extreme control deflections and quiet operation
- Engine soft mount reduces vibration, noise and fatigue to the airframe
- Painted-in-the-mold 3-color scheme designed by Mirco Pecorari of Aircraft Studio Design
- Easy access and installation of canisters, tuned pipes or standard mufflers
- Engine dome provides convenient access to throttle servo and electronic ignition
- Designed around the DA 100-120cc gas engines
- High-quality hardware and control linkage geometry designed for maximum deflection of control surfaces
- Optional side force generators available
Your feature list mentioned an engine soft mount to reduce vibration. All Aerobatic aircraft should be using 3-bladed propellers because 2-bladed propellers are gyroscopically unstable. Engine mounts would therefore require less vibration dampening.
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